Show Review: Catalyst with RBF on 09/13/09

October 20, 2009


Suburban Legends

Originally uploaded by Melissa Rachel Black

Melissa Black, who is an amazing photographer, has just written up a review of the September 13th show at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, CA.

Based on her review of Suburban Legends, she seems to have been aware of them prior to the show, but you can tell from her tone that she is more of a Reel Big Fish fan.

Her photos from the event are great and her description of the “wild guitar battle” between Aaron Barrett and Brian Klemm is hilarious. I wish I could have seen that interaction at one of the shows as both of them are such amazing showmen.

Be sure to check out her other reviews and photos and wish her luck studying abroad.

[Underneath the Bodhi Tree]


Suburban Legends touring with Bowling for Soup

October 17, 2009
Photo by Becky Scherger

Photo by Becky Scherger

East Coast, are you ready for some Suburban Legends lovin?

Bowling for Soup is currently on their UK Tour until the end of October. Once they return to the states, they will take a short break and in November begin a 2 week East Coast tour. Although neither band has officially confirmed it, it has leaked on several of the venue’s sites that Suburban Legends will be joining them for at least part of the 2 week tour, most likely the entire November tour. I assume this because Suburban Legends is confirmed for the first 2 days of the tour and one of the last days, so I doubt that they would go for the beginning, leave, and then come back at the end of the tour. Read the rest of this entry »


Ska in the Park Announced for 06/27/09

April 9, 2009
Presented by Paragon Booking

Presented by Paragon Booking

Paragon Booking has relased a flier for “Ska in the Park ’09” which will be taking place on Saturday, June 27th, 2009 at 11am in Fairmont Park in Riverside, CA. Suburban Legends looks to be receiving second billing, just under Voodoo Glow Skulls. Presale tickets can be purchased at the Riverside Electric Chair for $15 or the day of the event for presumably the same price $20. Read the rest of this entry »