Susanne Gibbony, the Queen of Rock
Tiger! Tiger! has made a lineup change. Susanne Gibbony (Catfight!, Lust), in a bid to overtake Renee Nelson as the city's busiest musician, is now playing bass, and Mario Speedwagon (the Booze, J.J. and the Hustlers) is playing drums for the band. The first show with the new additions is Fri., Oct. 7, at the Earl. Leader Buffi Aguero says the band is willing to play parties to get its "sea legs" with the new lineup. Ask her about it at the show.
We Will, We Will Mock You!
Jon Waterhouse, the spandex-clad "David Lee Roth" of Van Halen jesters Van Heineken, has put together the sure-to-be-a-hoot "Monsters of Mock" concert series at Six Flags Over Georgia for Fright Fest. This weekend, it's Bon Voyage (AC/DC) and Susanne Gibbony (again) with Lust as the Ramones. On the 15th, it's Van Heineken with Black Diamond, the all-girl Kiss tribute band. The shows start at 3 p.m. and alternate between the bands at the top of each hour until 7 p.m. at Axis Arena in the Gotham City section of the park.
At the last Drive Invasion, the sober among you may have wondered who the mystery man was playing with Nine Pound Hammer. It was Matt Maiellaro, co-creator of Adult Swim's "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" and the new "12 Oz. Mouse," which debuts Sun., Oct. 16 at 12:30 a.m. Hammer wrote the "12 Oz." theme song. "We practiced 'Livin' After Midnight' the night before their show and we didn't even coordinate the lead guitars or how we were going to end it, but somehow we pulled it off," Maiellaro says.
Also, the man of a thousand projects, Kingsized's Mike Geier, has another project. Geier, Jonathan Lloyd, Amit Gokhale and Wes Funderburk portray the Slacks, a band on Cartoon Network's new animated-shorts show, "Sunday Pants." The Slacks are subjected to crazy playing conditions, such as being hit by football players, standing in shark-infested fountains and singing in eldery-infested food courts. Though the show is animated, the band is not. "They don't have a pen that big," explains Geier. Catch 'em Sundays at 9:30 p.m.
*Christ, Lord sorry
"Punk" style like this seems like it is the polar opposite of punk. Bradford Cox…
They're kind of starting to look like a joke of themselves. Song's good though.
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Their show with Chris, Lord about 3 years at the Unicorn was the best.