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THE TEARAWAYS combine the influence of the British Invasion with the California Sound with a touch of the Ramones, Clash and Blondie!
-Doors open at 7:30pm (21+) Seating and tables are limited and on a first come first serve basis. Food served during the show until 10pm. Tickets available in advance at Boo Boo Records SLO, Traffic Record Store in Atascadero or online at Eventbrite.com by clicking HERE.
ABOUT THE TEARAWAYS – We just had Little Steven’s Coolest Song In the World (March 2019) in the Underground Garage with our tribute to the Wrecking Crew entitled “THE WRECKING CREW” – currently available on Spotify, Apple and all major streaming outlets. Co written by Rodney Bingenheimer and Clem Burke the song has been getting airplay on over 200 radio stations and services. New single “HEY JUDAS” was just banned by a radio station in Japan just in time for Easter. “Sweet Sounds of Summer” features Ron Dante from The Archies.New album out in May 2019 will feature The Wrecking Crew, Hey Judas, Jessica Something, Here I Am, Calipopicana, What’s Good For You Is Good For Me, Stuff Your Stocking, It’s For Her and more – Album is produced by Ron Dante, Brandon Friesen and Earle Mankey”I’ll See You Again” re-edit from Gaza X available now 2019We can be found here and at www.Tearaways.com and @TheTearawaysUSA Established 1981 – Santa Barbara California based (more or less). Played all over the world.
ALEX LUCERO IS: Originally based out of Oakdale (‘The Cowboy Capital of The World’) in the Central Valley of California, Live Again started off playing in local clubs and bars as a cover band. Wanting more out of their pursuit in music, they began writing their own material and released their first all original album, “Soulutions” in the Fall of 2015.Since then they have won multiple battle of the bands and have also been featured on radio stations such as KSCO, KZSC and KPIG. One of their biggest achievements was on August 29th 2015 when they won Valley’s Got Talent at The Gallo Center for The Arts with their original song “Every Other Time” for Best Band.Like many bands, the members of Live Again have shifted over the years but founder, Alex Lucero has kept true to his originality in his songwriting as well as the band’s creativity when arranging their Live Again version of their cover material.Heavily influenced by R&B and Soul of the 1960’s and 70’s, lead singer/frontman, Alex Lucero showcases his timber and rasp as well as high falsetto in his live and studio performances.