The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead

NSFW Official Film Trailer. Duh, this is punk, y’all. Oh, how “Neat Neat Neat” changed my view of music! I cannot believe any of these guys are still alive. –SS

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Upcoming film screenings in North America:
April 22-28, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Broadway Theatre, check times for each date
April 24, Kingston, New York, BSP Kingston, 6:30 PM
April 28: Houston, Texas, 14 Pews, 8 PM
April 29-30: Providence, Rhode Island, The Cable Car Cinema, 5 PM, 9 PM
May 2: Orlando, Florida, Enzian Theater, 9:30 PM
May 5: Durham, North Carolina, The Pinhook, 7 PM
May 6: Calgary, Alberta, Canada, The Globe, 7 PM, 9 PM
May 12: Toronto, Canada, Revue Cinema, 9:15 PM
May 23, 25: Edmonton, Canada, Metro Cinema

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Jonny “2 Bags” Wickersham #1412

I did not grow up with country music. The first time I heard “Ring Of Fire,” was on a Social Distortion album. So for me, twang comes from a punk source as logically as it does anywhere else, and Southern California has a distinct take on the music that I love. One of the first bands we ever featured was former Agent Orange musician, Steve Soto, with his two “country” records, with the Twisted Hearts. So, hearing that Jonny 2 Bags of Social Distortion has a solo country album ran right up my alley.

Salvation Town fuses exactly what I hoped for in the veteran punk guitarist’s solo project — straight-forward lyrics, great playing, and hooks that keep the songs memorable and fit a nice sunny drive. With some key guest appearances from legends like Gaby Moreno, Julie Miller, and Zander Schloss (a recurring guest player in several albums we have featured on Country Fried Rock), Salvation Town may grab you because of the rhythm, but do not let the lyrics roll over your head. Wickersham’s topics include gang violence and punk rock life lessons.

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