Thursday, March 17, 2016



Cheetah Chrome and the Street Walkin'
Cheetahs at the Monty Bar,
(plus Evita Corby in the
background) and the mortal
remains of an American Bison
(supplying convenient devil horns
for Bruce Duff, below with
fellow Cheetah Frank Meyer.)

Whoo hoo! Cheetah Chrome blasting his solo and Dead Boys material with The Street Walkin' Cheetahs at Monty Bar downtown L.A. in conjunction with Lethal Amount Gallery's photography exhibit of Dead Boys pics next door, 2.2.16. Ames Flames sang "Sonic Reducer," John Tyree did sound, and the show closed with Iggy and The Stooges' "Search And Destroy," referential to Cheetah's (and the S. W. Cheetahs and Tyree's) appearance a year ago at James Williamson's Re-Licked live show. The onslaught continues, and Cheetah and Co. put on a great punk show for the masses these days...

Backstage: Evita Corby with Ames Flames, Bobby Richey and Mark Lee of The Humpers

 At the Lethal Amount photo exhibition: Evita Corby with Bobby Richey; Evita with Anna Badua and Michael D'Amico
 Evita Corby, Cheetah Chrome at Lethal Amount photo exhibit

 Frank Infante (Blondie), Evita Corby, Cheetah Chrome backstage at Monty Bar
 Above, Evita, Cheetah.
 Multi-instrumentalist John Tyree (pictured below with Street Walkin' Cheetahs' set list) mixed the sound, while the McDonald brothers of Redd Kross DJ-ed.
 In the audience: this couple were an entire movie of emotions...

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