What's up heroes?! We are playing our first show at Taste in the College Park neighborhood of Orlando! And we're bringing our old friends Suckerpunch, some new freinds A League Too Long, and some new blood Irie Green Conundrum. So come out, drink, dance, and be merry for tomorrow we...
We're STILL throwing an AWESOME Halloween shindig and YOU are invited! It's FREE, and we're giving away great prizes all night and even having a raffle for one awesome Halloween prize pack! We'll have food from Wheelie Good BBQ and did we mention that our pals in PLAYGROUND HEROES are going to be there rocking with us too?!!! Come on out and wear a costume (or don't) either just come out and have a grand old time with Jeff and JT your ghost hosts with the most!
What up heroes! the playground is heating up this summer with the return of the mighty Suckerpunch! Throw in the awesomely raw and gritty Hoverounds with the smooth and silky sounds of Control This! and what you have yourself there is a skankin good time my friends.
Another awesome show! Send us a message if you want a ticket! http://www.facebook.com/HeroAppeal http://www.facebook.com/events/409741892395744/
18+ HALLOWEEN SHOW AND SuckerPunch’s CD Release!!! Costume Contest, Prizes, more! With ONE NIGHT STAN!! $5 cover
Label: Stinkeye Records, Jeff Row Records
Manager: JT @ Fuelgauge Management
Bio: In 1999, Jeff founded Suckerpunch as an acoustic ska/reggae solo act, but later found two goofballs, namely me (JT) and Yellow to turn it into a three piece ska/punk/reggae band. We've been playing around Florida and some of the other United States for nearly 10 years now, having added a new horn...See Full Bio
Keep your eyes peeled for a new project from Jeff coming very soon!!!! New music is on the way!
“This year's Party on the Green, brought to students by Osprey Productions and Student Government, was a three-hour event featuring live music, free food, games and prizes. "Everything was a big success," said Jerrid Kalakay, director of OP. "It went better than expected." -Three ska and punk bands, all from Florida, provided the music this year. -Sucker Punch started off the show with a sound reminiscent of Sublime's more reggae tracks and a splash of mid-90s punk. This was Sucker Punch's second time playing Jacksonville, said bassist Yellow. "We just fell in love with the city and took the first chance to come back," Yellow said.”