The 18.104.22.168's are an all-female Japanese rock trio, whose music is reminiscent of American surf music, rockabilly and garage rock. They frequently cover songs from American rock and roll. Each member is from Tokyo, Japan.
The 22.214.171.124's first started performing as a quartet in Tokyo, and recruited guest performers during their Australian tour, once even utilizing a male member, "Eddie". They first officially became a trio in 1992, before touring Australia.
The 126.96.36.199's made an appearance in the 2003 Quentin Tarantino film Kill Bill Volume 1, where they were shown playing barefoot in an izakaya right before the world turned black & white and Uma Thurman killed everyone.
Serious songwriting from YEARS of hardship, road experience and inner turmoil. Fueled on cold beer and roasted chicken...
The way it used to be, but with a new approach.
Over 10 years of relentless touring has cemented SASQUATCH AND THE SICK-A-BILLYS as one of the most high gear, powerhouse bands around. Keeping real music alive and dangerous in the under-underground. Risen from a not so forgotten past, when Rock N Roll, Metal, Country and Blues still meant something... bloody fingertips and a soul-haunting voice will deliver you songs about Sin, Love, Murder, Tornadoes and drinking until you wake up under a random barstool.
Greasy Canadian has travelled on his own, playin' all over USA, Canada, Europe, Mexico...all sortsa places too, from big festivals to tiny bars to trailer parks & truck stops...Tours mostly as a one man band, but has plenty of bands too...He is currently banned from entering the USA...Has put out a buncha music, and has alot more comin'...Recently teamed up with Mark Sultan (BBQ) and released their debut LP, The Ding-Dongs...Also, recently teamed up with King Khan as Tandoori Knights, and released a full LP and a couple 7" singles...Has his own brand of hair grease, "Nice'n'Greasy", custom made for him by AGS, and it is without a doubt the best there is..If he comes to your town and you want to make him happy, he likes spaghetti and meat alot, but not too much before the gig, please.