Fourteen Planets Out to Lunch, Green Eggs Go Ham

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Fourteen Planets Out to Lunch

Green Eggs Go Ham

Push, Don't Tip the Tweester, Hyper Gyant, We Are the Men

Fri, March 9, 2012

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)


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This event is all ages

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Fourteen Planets Out to Lunch
Fourteen Planets Out to Lunch
We are PUSH. You may identify us as Pop Punk, Skate Punk, Melodic Punk, Alternative Rock, or whatever sub-genre you think is best suitable.
Don't Tip the Tweester
Don't Tip the Tweester
Genre: Ska
Hometown: Rohnert Park

Mike Enz: Guitar/Vocals/Michael
David Harris: Saxophone/Vocals/The Tweester
Ian Cook: Trombone/Vocals/Large Black Woman
Shovanni Delgado: Bass/Metsican (ya, with a t)
Daniel Torres: Drums/Sexy One
We Are the Men
We Are the Men
30 miles away from the foggy hills of San Francisco lies a town called Rohnert Park. Unknown to many, this town would play host to the formation of the musical phenomenon simply dubbed ‘We Are The Men’. The pieces to this intricate puzzle included the energetic percussionist, Danny Kendrick, along side the six stringed savant Alex Rather-Taylor and equally talented but less domestic Marius Atherton. The final component of the quartet would be founded in the rhythmic soul of Paul Hanna.
Unified by destiny, these four songwriters put there masterminds together in their quest for a genre of their own. Dissecting the sounds of 60s Surf Rock, 90s New Wave, and infiltrating the San Francisco Garage Rock scenes from which they came. ‘We Are The Men’ have developed a surprising and energetic musical Identity which seduced the bustling bay area. The combination of their powerful riffs, mesmerizing melodies, nasty noises and psychedelic ambiance creates a unique sound heard only from their stage
Once across the Golden Gate Bridge, ‘We Are The Men’ found themselves immersed in an equally ambitious and artistic community. Playing along side solidified local bands while collaborating with artists of canvas and camera. ‘We Are The Men’ continue to further their vision, and the journey has only just begun; With a European Tour on the horizon, ‘We Are The Men’ is ready to promote their newly recorded LP, party hard, and bring their San Franciscan sound to the Shungen Space
Venue Information:
The Phoenix Theater
201 Washington St
Petaluma, CA, 94952