Since the summer of 1976 the Fleshtones have been blending rock & roll with R&B, and garage with dance and serving it from town to town across the globe with a smile, a great attitude, and lots of late-night sweat. For years, they've simply called it Super Rock.
The Fleshtones are Peter Zaremba (vocals, harmonica, & organ), Keith Streng (guitar & vocals), Bill Milhizer (drums & vocals), and Ken Fox (bass & vocals). Based in Brooklyn, the quartet's origins lie just a few miles north in Queens, where in 1975 Streng and original bass player Marek Pakulski rented "The House," as it was infamously known, and found instruments down in the basement. To quote Keith: "How and why the Fleshtones started was that there was a place to do it!" Countless "Blue Whale Bashes," Lower East Side sightings, and an endless string of gigs and records later, the Fleshtones continue to record and perform with a wit, passion, and energy that few bands can top.
Remember, The Fleshtones can't change their luck, but they can change your mind! Come on in, and let's have a good time!
Jacques Le Coque
Scrappy Connecticut upstarts Jacques Le Coque rattled their way through 8 years of fast & loose head bopping, hip shaking tunes with a keen pop sensibility and their new record Positively... (King Pizza, 2018) shows no signs of slowing down. With a couple of albums, Jacques Le Coque (self released, 2012), Hooky (King Pizza, 2015), and the Tip of My Tongue 7” (Windian, 2015) under their belt, this expertly home recorded band tightens up and battens the hatches to show a sharp capital-R Rock & Roll band stepping out of the garage and into your hearts. Killer hooks, Hyped up good vibrations and wild eyed smiles both live and on record are a guarantee these gentlemen Positively... deliver in full.