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Harrington Saints

Harrington Saints

Aug 31st 2018 @ Uptown Nightclub

Oakland, CA
Friday, August 31st, 2018
7:00 PM
8 RSVPs
Friday, August 317PMLower Class BratsThe GeneratorsVerbal AbuseBlank SpotsHarrington SaintsFormed in 1995 in Austin TX, Lower Class Brats set out to create music unlike anything else in their city. A mixture of Punk, Oi!, '70s Glam, and straight ahead rock and roll merged with the theatric imagery of A Clockwork Orange. The band's first full length, “Rather Be Hated Than Ignored,” was released in 1997 on GMM records and became the soundtrack for a fanbase now known as the “LCB Army”.LCB members- Bones (vox), Marty Volume (guitar), Ron Conflict (bass), Zed (guitar) and Nick Brat (drums) continue to record and perform after a 20+ year history. Taking great care that every live show is more than just another gig and a night for those in attendance to cut loose, forget their daily woes and sing, scream and shout along.Be prepared if they come to your town to witness the spectacle. Consider yourself invited…. and warned.http://www.lcbarmy.comThe Generators still carry on strong. In 2018, the band will release their twelfth full-length album titled, Broken Stars & Crooked Stripes, on Randale Records. “One of America’s most underrated punk bands.” -US Newshttps://www.the-generators.comVerbal Abuse is a hardcore punk band founded in 1981 and still active now. Fronted by original vocalist Nicki Sicki.https://www.facebook.com/VerbalAbuseBand/Blank Spots is a powerful three piece outfit from San Frandisco. Guitar, Bass, and Drums, stripped down, then built back up into a ball of energy ready to self explode.https://www.facebook.com/blankspotsofficial/https://www.reverbnation.com/blankspotsHarrington Saints are from the remnants of some of the Bay Area's finest street rock bands. Five long-time friends who play with a chip on their shoulder. Their brand of nut-and-bolts rock is gripping, intense, and full of the realities of working-class life. Subject matter ranging from politics to pints at the pub with the boys, The Saints grind out three minute gems that get the point across like a boot to the ribs, without ever forgetting to have fun along the way!https://www.facebook.com/HarringtonSaintsSF/Doors 7pm Show 8pm 21+ with ID wheelchair accessible