The Conditionz Dirty Priests Johnny Cheapo Saturday Oct 17th Black Watch Pub Upland No Cover!
Catch The Crazy Squeeze before they leave on their European tour! It'll be a great night of punk, garage, and rock and roll with special guests: The Conditionz and Standard and Poor. NO COVER.
Rikk Agnew has written a book ("Daddy, Where do Strippers Come From?") and just releasing another "Daddy, Where Does 420 Come From?" Both Illustrated by Fredrick Burnt from Iowa, Who will also be in attendance. We will be selling & signing books, displaying the original art/illustrations, merch, etc. Bands playing: Rikk Agnew Band (Universe) Cin X (L.A.) The Conditionz (Riverside) Payaso (OC) Psygoat (Tucson, AZ.) Order ov bands will be done by drawing envelopes @ 9pm. $6 cover charge https://www.facebook.com/events/1637090153216684/
No Cover = more money fer beer!~ Friday, May 1at 9:00pm Morgans Tavern ,4850 Tyler St Riverside Ca 951-785-6775
| Bob Nye | Robert Vennum | Conditionz | BBQ Kings | Acoustic | Bob Nye and Robert Vennum Acoustic set doing The Conditionz and BBQ Kings and more. Riverside Open Mic Series Fox Theatre 3801 Mission Inn Ave Riverside, California 92501
Sounds Like: X, Johnny Thunders, Ramones, Black Flag, The Replacements
Label: Primal Lunch
Manager: Gregg Gazaway
Bio: The Conditionz, from Riverside Ca, are one of the early bands on the So Cal punk scene. The band remains active today with touring, shows and releases of old material.
The Conditionz She’s So Suburban 7”
The first Conditionz audio disaster. Recorded in a Mexican restaurant in Inglewo...See Full Bio
Stephen J. Arti
"They got lucky and got a hold of Mankey and The Conditionz sent him what they had been working on and ultimately began recording the album that would become “Weird America” in Mankey’s Thousand Oaks kitchen. Nye remembered spending the days asking Mankey, who also produced The Runaways and The Three O’Clock, for anecdotes about other musicians he had worked with, including The Beach Boys. The band is celebrating the 30th anniversary of “Weird America” with a show at Mission Tobacco Lounge in Riverside with Agent Orange on Friday, March 20. One night, the phone rang, there was scratchy static on the other end and Nye nearly hung up until he finally heard a voice. It was John Peel, the famed BBC DJ who had been a DJ at KMEN in San Bernardino years before, on the other end of the line. He complimented Nye on the band and informed him that he had been spinning the record overseas.