Fri Nov 23rd Farwell show for Michelle & Greg off to Afghanistan ! Punk- Rock- Grunge... Night... Performances by: |Safe to Semi |RKSF|Scarlett13|Among the Strange @ Goathead Mesa http://www.facebook.com/soresubject?fref=ts ( Safe to Semi) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Safe-to-Semi/169076716439005?ref=ts&fref=ts (Safe to Semi) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Scarlet13/187720046326?ref=ts&fref=ts (scarlett13) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Among-the-Strange/153466658028690?fref=ts (Among the Strange) Booze- Food- Pool-Darts- Reverse Happy Hour 12am-1:30am Goathead Music Venue (602-505-2067) 1423 S Country Club Dr/60 Mesa, AZ 85210 email@example.com, http://www.cliquetrac.com/ and , http://www.facebook.com/Cliquetracinfo, http://www.facebook.com/cliquetracdistribution?ref=ts&fref=ts, , https://twitter.com/#!/goatheadsaloon, https://twitter.com/#!/cliquetrac, https://twitter.com/cliquetracmusic, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Goathead-Saloon-602-505-2067/190936417615683?ref=hl
Sounds Like: face to face, Green Day, THE OFFICIAL LESS THAN JAKE PAGE
Label: In the market as it were...
Bio: Safe to Semi is a Punk Rock band from Phoenix, Arizona. Their sound has been described as “...aggressive, driving, punk rock”.
Safe to Semi has just completed its debut album, “Sore Subjects”, which features eleven songs which range in topics about life and death to failed relationships.
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“A big thank you to Joe Steel (SAFE TO SEMI) and Mary Crawford for organizing a fantastic Skateistan fundraiser on March 11, 2012, in Mesa, Arizona! The event took place at the Mesa-based Kids that Rip Skateboarding School, which generously donated the venue and associated fees. Over 200 people attended and nearly $2,000 was raised. In addition to skateboarding, there were raffles, giveaways, a barbecue and live music. Four bands played — RK and the Steelfries, Scarlet 13, Among the Strange, and Safe to Semi — and professional skateboarder Marty Murawski was on hand to sign autographs and meet fans. Also, local area vendor Musician’s Discount donated electric guitars and musical instruments for raffle prizes. Skateistan and band merchandise was sold, with all proceeds going directly toward Skateistan. And there was even a ‘Best Trick’ competition which was judged by the crowd.”