Prima Donna, Telephone Lovers, Modern Kicks, Dead On The Wire & Chamber Sixx

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Prima Donna, Telephone Lovers, Modern Kicks, Dead On The Wire & Chamber Sixx
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KMK Productions brings you another night of LA Rock N Roll in SD!

Prima Donna (LA)

Born and raised in the San Fernando Valley on a steady diet of punk and glitter rock, Prima Donna are infamous on the LA scene. Their curriculum includes musical road trips with Eddie and the Hot Rods, Adam Ant, Glen Matlock & The Philistines, The Dictators, and even Green Day, who they supported on two arena tours on two continents. Frontman Kevin Preston has also continued participation in Green Day side-project Foxboro Hot Tubs.

While touring the US and Europe, Prima Donna was in and out of the studio numerous times, both at home in L.A. and in Milan, Italy. The finished product is “Nine Lives and Forty Fives”, a 11-song variety pack that displays the band’s skills in the studio, and compiles some of their rarest and rawest recordings, including “Rock and Roll is Dead,” available for the first time in US. The song was named one of the Top Ten Songs of 2013 by Little Steven’s Underground Garage.

Telephone Lovers (LA)

Killer Rock n Roll group from Los Angeles, CA. Influences include T-Rex, Iggy & The Stooges, David Bowie, Explodig Hearts, and Teenage Head to name a few. Includes members of Dirty Eyes & Richmond Sluts

Modern Kicks (SF)

Modern Kicks spur my (ahem…non-sexual) infatuation with baby-faced boys in Rod Stewart haircuts, and they’re the exact type of band I hope to find when I cruise for tunes by thin chaps in leather vests and Hanoi Rocks shirts. Listening to their debut, Rock ‘N Roll’s Anti Hero, is like being hit with a glitter-filled pillow at a champagne slumber party, and the mega-melodic hooks that power these glam pop songs are completely devoid of snarky intentions. Instead, the mischievous come-ons these Bay Area boy scouts employ are of the heartthrob nature, and it won’t be long before every inch of their collective collar is covered in strawberry lipstick. They’re playful biters, conjurers of cheap tricks dispatching poison arrows into exploding hearts, and the pin-up potential bursting from songs like “Don’t Turn Out the Lights,” “Crew’n Up,” “The Price to Pay,” “Another Girl,” and “Riff’n On the Freeway” completely weakens the knees. But the way the whole album blushes with SoCal sunshine, New York drawl, red carpet romance, and shout-along choruses means Modern Kicks shouldn’t have any trouble at all keeping up with The Joneses. If they ever decide to add some keys into the mix, I’m done. Bless these kids and their million dollar sound.

Dead On The Wire (SD)

Fast, Loud, and in-your-face 77 Rock n Roll from San Diego, CA, for fans of The Dead Boys & The Undertones

Chamber Sixx
Rock N Roll from San Diego,CA. For fans of Motley Crue and Hardcore Superstar
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By: Dead On The Wire