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Label: Meth Bog Records
Bio: James, Sean, and Jeff have been playing music together for about 5 years, first in Henpecker, an irreverent war/Bush protest band, and very briefly in Artifacts of Pleasure.
Now this team forms the nucleus of Splinter Cell, a fun new rock band based in Humboldt County, California. Splinter Cell ... See Full BioMore Info
The Skabbs, (Lawndale, CA) open the show. They have been around since the late '70s! Eureka locals Splinter Cell close out the evening. Come on out and hear some LIVE, ORIGINAL rock 'n' roll!
Rock Your Body Raising funds for North Star Quest Camp for girls and awareness for midwives, and helping Gabe and Monica raise funds for their planned homebirth. Come help us celebrate the impending arrival of Peanut, enjoy some awesome music and support local causes promoting positive body image and self-trust. Family friendly (all ages) event | Only 5 dollars Music by: Splinter Cell (http://www.facebook.com/splintercelleureka) Gunsafe (http://www.facebook.com/Gunsafe) Bret Bailey - Paying tribute to Neil Diamond The Karmanauts (http://www.facebook.com/thekarmanauts) Rick Fugate's Unadulterated Accordion (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rick-Fugates-Unadulterated-Accordion/131265343626533) DJ Gabe Pressure (http://www.facebook.com/gabepressure) DJ Anya (http://www.facebook.com/djanya707) -Concessions/bake sale (benefit NSQ) -Face painting (benefits NSQ) -Silent auction (benefits bringing Peanut into this loving world) Sponsors: North Coast Cycle Lost Coast Brewery Six Rivers Brewery Scrapper's Edge KSLG 94.1 FM KXGO 93.1 FM KWPT 100.3/102.7 The Point KHUM 104.3 FM The Works Rock Chick Designs Pressure Drop Apparel
Drifter Killer, Splinter Cell, The Hard Ride - An eclectic evening of local rock at the ever-colorful Lil' Red! Costumes optional! All three bands are featured on the Humboldt Council of the Blind compilation CD "Vision and Sound II" featuring 25 local and Humboldt-affiliated bands. The CD is only $10 and supports HCB's efforts to provide representation and community for people who are blind or vision-impaired.