Fifth annual Johnny Thunders Memorial Show This years event will feature the two surviving members of the LAMF ERA of the Heartbreakers.Walter Lure and Billy Rath with Joey Pinter on guitAr Also on the bill will be Javier Escovedo the Zeros ,The Neurotics,Telephone Lovers!Paper Hearts,Electric Children,Vampyre Bunny's and bite,Motorcycle Boy
THE 5TH ANNUAL JOHNNY THUNDERS MEMORIAL SHOW featuring original Heartbreakers Walter Lure and Billy Rath! Sat. Apr. 26th at Los Globos, 3040 Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood, CA Performers include: Javier Escovedo of THE ZEROS Motorcycle Boy The Neurotics Paper Hearts Telephone Lovers Electric Children You Left Your Children Vampire Bunnies BITE + more!
Texas Terri is back from Berlin just for a visit and to do a few shows. She won't be back again any time soon. So if ya snooze, ya lose.
w/ The Neurotics & Kevin K. & The Hollywodd All Stars!!!
Label: Rankoutsider Records
Bio: Well it's been over 20 years since Johnny and I started this crazy ride. We started out in Detroit as The 13th Floor. We quickly started playing all the clubs sharing the stage with Seduce, The Trash Brats, The Meanies, Ugly But Proud, Almighty Lumberjacks of Death and many other bands in Detroit...See Full Bio
Excited to be playing this weekend
“Falling James from The La Weekly wrote: The Neurotics kicked around Detroit in the late 1980s with a straight-ahead, tunefully driving punk & roll sound that drew heavily from the Ramones and the Heartbreakers. But the Motor City's vaunted garage-rock revival was still a decade away, so the group eventually moved to Hollywood, where they stood out for a little while as one of the more authentically rocking bands in a scene then dominated by grunge and metal mercenaries. Drummer Roy Morgan (the Excessories, Nikki Corvette, Kevin K) and lanky singer-guitarist Johnny Neurotic, who resembles the Dils' Tony Kinman and yowls with a coolly insolent sneer, recently started up the trio again with a new bassist, George Wright. Their compact power-punk songs are as catchy as ever, albeit once again out of step with prevailing trends. How good are the Neurotics?”