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JUGHEAD'S REVENGE WHITEKAPS DOGGY STYLE D.P.I. the WASTRELS $8 DOORS: 9 PM / SHOW: 10 PM JUGHEAD'S REVENGE disbanded a decade ago amid a lawsuit with Archie Comics, but Cali pop punks Jughead's Revenge have since returned to get some, well, revenge we suppose. In 1983 WHITEKAPS, all high school friends, started a band heavily influenced by the surf / skate culture and the sounds of bands like Agent Orange, The Gears, Simpletones, The Crowd and JFA. Known for their humorous lyrics and fun raucous shows that included a lot of crowd involvement, beer and barely clad punk rock girls, the Whitekaps bring the beach party to you. OC skate punk band DOGGY STYLE is back after twenty years. In the 1980s, Orange County became known for a brand of punk rock particularly popular in the skate community. Skate punk was colorful in look and lyric, taking itself a little less seriously than other types of punk. At the forefront was a group of high schoolers calling themselves Doggy Style, who wrote hardcore slice-of-life songs and played them really fast. They released three EPs; most notably SIDE BY SIDE on Flipside Records which included the still-popular “Donut Shop Rock.” Then there was a break-up, several reformations, name changes, style shifting and then sporadic quiet. But the Punk spirit never dies, and Doggy Style has revived with original members Ed Caudill (lead Guitar), Tim Fyke (singer) and Mark Tolbert (guitar/ vocals). Filling out the band are Danny Staggs (Guitar), Eric Vedder (bass) and Joey Ruffino (drums), each of whom were a part of the ‘80s OC music scene in bands like China White, AWOL and Dawn Patrol. Ocean Beach locals D.P.I. (DRUNKIN' PUNKIN IDIOTS) are bringin' it back to Shakedown in the name of booze, skateboarding & general reckless abandon. Banned from various local San Diego venues because of the chaos from their shows, Shakedown welcomes them back with open arms & beer bottles. the WASTRELS are back from the dead and bringing back that So Cal Hardcore Punk sound so prevalent in the 90's. There are no cliches needed. Let the energy speak for itself. "Hard and Fast like a Hooker's Wet Dream"!