(Again, it's a night where great LA bands cover other great active local bands. It's also a benefit where all proceeds go to research to cure Huntington's Disease. It's this Sunday at 7PM at All-Star Lanes and One Trick Pony, Rademacher, Seasons, The Hectors, and George Glass are all playing.)
Randy from One Trick Pony:
"We are also doing a song i just heard from Light FM called 'Thrift Store Clothes.' I think it sounds great as 'Bossa Nova.'"
Nick from George Glass:
"We're doing a song not too many people have heard, I'm assuming. The song is called 'Cookbook' and its by a local band called The Primos. I bought their lone album recently off of Papermade Records and its been a staple in my music rotation for the past three or four months.
Corinne from The Hectors:"We had worked out a killer version of 'Ain't No Fun (If The Homies Can't Have None)' by Snoop Dogg, but everyone told us that Long Beach wasn't 'local' enough. So we went with the next closest thing: Marvelous Toy."
Johnny from Seasons:"We chose the amazing 'Eagle Fighting Zebra' from The Monolators because we believe it's the hardest rocking song by any local band - period! Eli and Mary have blowing minds in LA for a while now, but we will never forget hearing this song for the first time really drunk at Mr. T's Bowl."
For all the details about the event, go right here. Again, hope you can make it.Rad poster by Christine Hale.