Spectravox Album Release Picnic Extravaganza!


Let's cut out the crap. Spectravox like to rip it on stage; short sweet songs to twist your mind and brand your soul. Try to forget them, you cannot. Try to erase the memory, it is burned in. Submit to SPECTRAVOX and find what you have really been looking for. Rock.

The Unfashionables

The UnFashionables exploded onto the scene in the spring of 2001 in Columbia, Missouri, combining Chip Gubera on vocals/guitar, Paul Bax on lead guitar, Bill Dinsmore on bass, and Ed Francis on drums. Their eclectic sound mix of alt country, rock operas, and straightforward rock has dazzled fans across the country. UF's music has been used in several feature films, including the musical feature films English:301, Academy of Doom, and Song of the Dead (which Gubera wrote and directed with Bax and Dinsmore as associate producers). Horror legend Reggie Bannister sings with the band on the Song of the Dead soundtrack. Their live shows are a high octane mix of pure energy, searing riffs, and a thundering rhythm section. In 2006 The Unfashionables released the CD "In Three Acts". In 2007 the soundtrack for "Song of the Dead" featuring the Unfashionables was released.


MINORS: $2 Surcharge at the door

add to your calendar

Who’s Going

Upcoming Events
Rose Music Hall


Spectravox Album Release Picnic Extravaganza!

Saturday, July 6 · Doors 4:00 PM / Show 5:00 PM at Rose Music Hall