Beloved midwest garage-rock kings and Sundazed recording artists the Trashmen will perform their FIRST-EVER New York-area shows, on October 23 at Southpaw in Brooklyn and October 24 at Maxwell’s in Hoboken.
The seminal foursome—original members Tony Andreason, Dal Winslow and Bob Reed, with Tony’s brother Mark Andreason taking over for the late Steve Wahrer on drums—will deliver such immortal Trashmen classics as “A-Bone,” “Tube City,” “King Of The Surf,” “My Woodie” and the bigger-than-life anthem “Surfin’ Bird,” recently proclaimed the Greatest Song of All Time by no less an authority than The Family Guy’s Peter Griffin.
Hard as it may be to believe, these shows mark the first time that the Trashmen have played in the New York City area. According to Dal Winslow, “In the early ’60s, we played a club in New Jersey and around the Finger Lakes region, but we never hit New York City. It’s been a long tome coming, like 40 years, and we’re really looking forward to it!”
As a bonus these shows coincide with the WFMU Record Fair at the Manhattan Pavillion, where the Sundazed booth will, as always, be supplying smashing sounds to satisfied shoppers!
Don’t miss the opportunity to see the Trashmen live at these venues!:
Friday Oct. 23rd Southpaw 125 5th Ave., Brooklyn, NY
Sat. Oct. 24th Maxwell’s 1039 Washington St.,. Hoboken, NJ