“Don’t mistake my glory days as a statement/I wasn’t too ironic I was just hell-bent/hell-bent and drunk.”
- Sweet Justice, “Blood and Alcohol”
Psychedelic soul-punk band Sweet Justice formed in Los Angeles, CA in late-2002 out of the ashes of west coast punk heavyweights The Streetwalkin' Cheet... See Full BioMore Info
Swamp Gospel w/ Sweet Justice & Pigasus! Sweet Justice: After the breakup of The Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs, frontman Frank Meyer hooked up with longtime pal Bruce Duff – formerly of ADZ, 45 Grave, Jeff Dahl and the gent who had the good taste to sign the Cheetahs to Triple X Records during his tenure as A&R rep – to record music for an indie film Frank co-wrote called Fat Cats. The mission was to record a handful of ‘70s-sounding instrumental jams. They enlisted former Bellrays drummer Todd Westover on skins and tracked a dozen songs in Todd’s living room. These jams morphed into Sweet Justice, with fellow former Bellrays drummer Chris Markwood eventually stepping in for Westover as the band became full-time. Within months, Sweet Justice had an entire set of original songs (now with vocals!) and were playing gigs around Hollywood, flexing their musical muscle on tunes veering from blues and country to Hendrix-y-style jams and Stonesy rock. Classic rock but with a punky twist.
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