Tsunami Bomb, The Phenomenauts

A North Bay Fire Relief Fundraiser

Tsunami Bomb

The Phenomenauts

Kepi Ghoulie, The Exit Plan

Fri, April 20, 2018

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


Off Sale

This event is all ages

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Tsunami Bomb
Tsunami Bomb
Melodic Punk Rock band from Petaluma, California, the band was formed in 1999 by Bassist, Dominic Davi, and originally had five members before cutting the line-up down to four when their keyboardist, Oobliette Sparks, left the band in 2001. In 2003, their founding member and songwriter, Dominic Davi, was asked to leave the band and was replaced by Matt McKenzie. Guitarist Mike Griffen in the band since 2000, also left the band in 2004 and was replaced by Jay Northington.

In Fall, 2005, the members of Tsunami Bomb have announced that they have broken up, and each have gone off to different bands.

In October of 2015, it was announced that the band would reform to support the released of an upcoming rarities collection, "Trust No One" on Kung Fu Records. The line-up would feature the return of much of the original and early line up, consisting of Bassist Dominic Davi, Vocalist/Keyboardist Oobliette Sparks, Guitarist Brian Plink, and Drummer Gabriel Lindeman along with a new vocalist, Kate Jacobi.
The Phenomenauts
The Phenomenauts
Conceived in the amazing year 2000, The Phenomenauts got early recognition as the East Bay’s “Craftiest and bravest band” (East Bay Express) for their now infamous commando-style performances in which they would set up in front of large music venues such as the legendary Fillmore and perform rollicking sets powered by car batteries for unsuspecting crowds. These early “missions” landed them on the cover of multiple bay area publications, including The San Francisco Weekly, The East Bay Express and Independent Musician Magazine.

The Phenomenauts are presently touring in support of their third full-length, For All Mankind, released in 2008 on Springman Records imprint Silver Sprocket. Inspired by new wave and 70′s punk, this album serves as a call to arms to defenders of science and honor across the galaxy, dealing with the serious implications of science fiction, science fact, and offering new perspectives on Earth life as we know it. The album comes in an innovative package invented by the band which folds out to make a space-ship and comes with a die-cast metal pin and 24 page full color booklet.

To date, The Phenomenauts have toured the world with the likes of The Slackers, Aquabats, Demented Are Go, The Briefs, The Toasters, The Epoxies, the Vans Warped Tour and have trekked the states on numerous headlining tours with support from acts like The A.K.A.’s, Teenage Bottle Rocket and Kepi Ghoulie. For the band’s fifth national headlining tour last summer, code-named “Operation: Jumped Circuit,” our hero’s recruited San Francisco punk-rockers The Re-Volts, featuring Spike from Me First And The Gimme Gimme’s and members of The Swingin Utters, to play main support across the USA and Canada systems.

Be prepared as The Phenomenauts help keep us focused and guide us through the turbulent waters of what the future might become. If we follow their lead, things might turn out alright.
Venue Information:
The Phoenix Theater
201 Washington St
Petaluma, CA, 94952