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The Diablotones

The Diablotones

Ska / alternative / Punk Seattle, WA  US
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The Diablotones play "Russian Folk Song" at Studio 7 on 2-7-11


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Sounds Like: Voodoo Glow Skulls, Real Big Fish, The Toasters, Big D and the Kids Table, Operation Ivy

Label: Past Labels: Devil Music/Stubb Daddy/MoonSka/Vegas Records

Bio: The West Seattle based band “The Diablotones” started their venture back in 1995 under the original name Freak Magnet.

The Diablotones took the 3rd wave SKA movement into a completely different direction by blending elements of Latin, SKA, Bossanova, Surf, Punk, and even Polka. Their energy an...See Full Bio

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Q: What do you miss the most about not having played music with The Diablotones over the last 1.5 years?

A: We miss the years of fan base where it all started. The Support and Love of our fans (friends). Hearing there 1st stories of our early days, or in the not so distant past. I (Timmy) missed playing shows and seeing the smiles and the voices of the crowd singing our songs. That alone is what i'll always remember. After shows the guys, and I would comment on that. That our fans take the time to learn the lyrics. We used to have a show a year where we let the fans choose our setlist. I miss that. Because it's on the fly, and we as musicians had to know close 30 songs. I not speaking for everyone, but i think they'd agree to most of it. Thanks for the qusetion. Much respect

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