Deniz Tek (of Radio Birdman)

Deniz Tek of Radio Birdman

Deniz Tek (of Radio Birdman)

Dust Hat

Fri, March 31, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm


Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Deniz Tek (of Radio Birdman)
Deniz Tek (of Radio Birdman)
Deniz Tek (RADIO BIRDMAN) - Keith Streng (FLESHTONES) - Art & Steve Godoy (VIBRATORS)

Deniz Tek is a guitarist, singer and songwriter from Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Grounded in late-60's Detroit rock and currently based in Australia, his career in music extends over four decades.
He is best known as a founding member and the main songwriter of RADIO BIRDMAN.
In 2007, Deniz, along with Radio Birdman, was inducted into the Australian Music Hall of Fame.
In 2013, he was named in the top ten of the 100 all-time greatest guitar players of Australia.

Besides Radio Birdman, Deniz has released scores of records and performed worldwide as a solo artist and in many other bands,
including outstanding collaborations with some of the most iconic figures from his home state of Michigan : Iggy and the Stooges,
DKT/MC5, Sonics’ RendezVous Band, New Race, Dodge Main and Powertrane
His latest project is a collaboration with James Williamson of Iggy and the Stooges “Acoustic K.O” to be released
on March 31st, 2017.

Deniz‘s latest releases are :

- DENIZ TEK “Mean Old Twister” album (cd/vinyl LP)

- DENIZ TEK / JAMES WILLIAMSON “Acoustic K.O.” (10” Vinyl)

For his full history and extensive discographysee his website :

Deniz Tek’s touring band includes guitarist Keith Streng of The Fleshtones from NYC, and twin brothers Art and Steve Godoy
on bass and drums.

They will be playing three exclusive East Coast shows in March, prior to embarking on a tour of Europe in April.
Dust Hat
Dust Hat
A rock 'n' roll affront for modern times.
'The men don't know, and the little girls don't understand either.' Dust Hat is a New Haven rock 'n' roll party attack featuring Brendan Toller on vox/guitar, Sagittarius Moon Goddess Robin Woerner on vox, herpatologist Jeff Slocum on lead guitar, Dan Soto (of Dan Soto & the High Doses) on thunderstick, and the one and only Rob Ruby on the beat of the traps. Think Peewee Herman's version of the MC5. Drag optional, dancing required.