Chris Day Banned (Album Release)

Chris Day Banned (Album Release)

Chris Day=Desolation Angel
on stage/guitar made out of dragon fire/pin pointed finger tips bending prism light from slinky electronic strings/full speed ahead under the speedy headlights of a stage inside the trusty Roman arena/carrying on his shoulders a music tradition that spans tens of centuries/no holds barred/lions in cages thru the ages/roar forth from the heart of Chris Day/from back in the day of fast forward ROCK and the days and years forward to back in the day, indeed. He ROARED then and he's ROARING yet.
CHRIS DAY=ROCK STAR!
Continue to roar!

---Kenn Kweder 2018

Super Bonanza

Formed in 2012 by two-string bassist/vocalist Joe Oxman, Super
Bonanza combines influences including Iggy Pop, X, Morphine and Yo la Tengo. Super Bonanza brings range and dynamics that only years of “one-nighter” van tours can make.

In the 80s, Joe Oxman was a member of the post-punk alternative band Red Herring from Philadelphia which produced one “balls out” record for Skyclad/Get Hip records entitled STIFFY.

After the break-up of Red Herring, Oxman split for Los Angeles in
1992 forming the jazz/funk/punk collective Freeway Planet which released four CDs on Los Angeles based Prophecy Records and steadily toured nationally for 10 years until the act ran out of steam in
2004.

Baritone sax player Doug Dubrosky, came to Super Bonanza as the founder, leader, tenor sax player and vocalist for the ska and reggae bands Ruder Than You and Rock Steady. Doug is also known in the Philly area as reggae DJ Ruder1.
Veteran drummer Dave Femia has been on the Philadelphia music scene with the popular jam band Fitzwater. His strong beats and impeccable time are Super Bonanza’s V8 power.
Keyboard Player Dave Oxman, the other Oxman brother, brings his soulful organ and piano playing to the band which rounds out the Super Bonanza sound.

$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

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