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Danny
March 13th 2014
That was one of the best and funniest show I've been to in a while. Those old fogies can still kick ass and rock everyone's socks off. WILD!!
Brooklyn, NY@
The Grand Victory

About Stalkers

"This is a band who realize that AC/DC and New York Dolls are the only good bands ever, and who stick to writing booze-soaked rackets that sound refreshingly, genuinely carefree and debauched." – TIME OUT

"For fans of good-time, three-chord guitar music; of sharp, smart-ass, punk-pop choruses, and for those who believe that rock 'n' roll is ample reward for putting up with living in what is a predominantly crappy world." - NME

If drinking, fighting and good old-fashioned rock 'n' roll are your mantra, your world is about to change.

Variously describing themselves as Dennis Wilson riding through the woods drunk on a dirtbike, The Beatles but better, or, erm, a studded leather fist slamming into a junior high school locker, an argument over music tastes would bring them together. Beardy frontman Andy Doocey (Andy Animal to his friends) fought the cause of everything from the The Beach Boys to The Damned, whilst drummer Josh Styles – vintage vinyl record collector – strong-armed the virtues of garage rock. So opposed were they, they shook on forming their own band, enlisting bassist Danny Goldshtein, and Ryan Cohn and Lefty Maynard on guitars.

It didn’t happen overnight. Their very first live performance was in 2003, brazenly offering support to punk legend TV Smith. They have been a live draw in NYC's rock 'n' roll underbelly ever since, earning a reputation for the wildest shows in town. It hasn't made them rich (yet), they've kept on the day jobs (labourer, silversmith...), but when they clock off, they know how to party.

http://www.stalkersnyc.com
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Genres:
Rock

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Stalkers to play in your city
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Fan Reviews

Danny
March 13th 2014
That was one of the best and funniest show I've been to in a while. Those old fogies can still kick ass and rock everyone's socks off. WILD!!
Brooklyn, NY@
The Grand Victory

About Stalkers

"This is a band who realize that AC/DC and New York Dolls are the only good bands ever, and who stick to writing booze-soaked rackets that sound refreshingly, genuinely carefree and debauched." – TIME OUT

"For fans of good-time, three-chord guitar music; of sharp, smart-ass, punk-pop choruses, and for those who believe that rock 'n' roll is ample reward for putting up with living in what is a predominantly crappy world." - NME

If drinking, fighting and good old-fashioned rock 'n' roll are your mantra, your world is about to change.

Variously describing themselves as Dennis Wilson riding through the woods drunk on a dirtbike, The Beatles but better, or, erm, a studded leather fist slamming into a junior high school locker, an argument over music tastes would bring them together. Beardy frontman Andy Doocey (Andy Animal to his friends) fought the cause of everything from the The Beach Boys to The Damned, whilst drummer Josh Styles – vintage vinyl record collector – strong-armed the virtues of garage rock. So opposed were they, they shook on forming their own band, enlisting bassist Danny Goldshtein, and Ryan Cohn and Lefty Maynard on guitars.

It didn’t happen overnight. Their very first live performance was in 2003, brazenly offering support to punk legend TV Smith. They have been a live draw in NYC's rock 'n' roll underbelly ever since, earning a reputation for the wildest shows in town. It hasn't made them rich (yet), they've kept on the day jobs (labourer, silversmith...), but when they clock off, they know how to party.

http://www.stalkersnyc.com
Show More
Genres:
Rock

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