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Orange Region, CA-based Christian punk-pop clothing Slick Shoes shaped in 1994 from your ashes of the neighborhood band Today’s Particular, reuniting guitarist Jackson Mould with drummer Joe Nixon. On the following 12 months, the duo worked well at writing tunes before recruiting bassist Jeremiah Dark brown; Mould in the beginning assumed vocal responsibilities, but with the help of after that 14-year-old frontman Ryan Kepke, the Slick Sneakers lineup was total, and within a fortnight, the band authorized to the Teeth & Toenail label to concern their self-titled 1997 debut EP. The full-length Rusty adopted later on that same 12 months, and upon adding second guitarist Dale Yob, the group documented 1998’s BURN UP. Both Mould and Yob quickly exited, along with fresh guitarist Greg Togawa, Slick Sneakers returned like a four-piece in middle-2000 with AWAKEN Screaming, quickly accompanied by a break up EP with Cooter (the music group that would later on become renamed Autopilot Off) documented for the Fueled by Ramen imprint. Following a tour with MxPx and extra shows with Teeth & Nail performers Ace Troubleshooter, Calibretto 13, and Pole Laver, Slick Sneakers issued their 4th recording, a self-titled work in Apr 2002. Following a album’s recording, many more lineup adjustments ensued. Dark brown exited to become changed by bassist Kevin Clark; both guitarists ultimately left aswell and Jonah Peterson and David Stoltenberg would eventually fill up those positions. Definately not Nowhere appeared another summer on Part One Dummy, which preceded that fall’s THE LARGEST and Greatest greatest-hits compilation. Ever unpredictable, in early 2004, Nixon and Clark got the shoe from Slick Sneakers.

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Full Name Slick Shoes
Music Songs Joe's Sick, My Ignorance, Drive to the End, East on Tracks, For Better for Worse, Ten Ways, Now's the Time, Pass Me By, Five o Grind, My So Called Real World, Father Son Picnic, Pretend to Be the Same, Friday Nite, Have I Said Too Much, Away With You, Learn to Unlearn, Proved Me Wrong, Losing Sight, Carpenteria, Call for Ambulance, Hello Stupid, Ten Ways to Stay Out of Debt, By What Right, Candy, Late Night Showing, What Happens Next, Fool Me No More, Walk Out, Feeble, The Last Round, Parting Ways, Simon's Quest
Albums The Biggest and the Best, Far from Nowhere, Slick Shoes, Slick Shoes / Cooter, Burn Out, Rusty, Wake Up Screaming, Slick Shoes EP


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Actor

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New York Dolls Live at Bowery Ballroom 2011 TV Movie

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Let Me Down Hard 2016 performer: "Save The Planet"

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Self

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David Bowie: The Last Five Years 2017 Documentary Himself
David Bowie: Five Years 2013 Documentary Himself
American Masters 2010 TV Series documentary Himself - Lead Guitar
David Bowie: A Reality Tour 2004 Video documentary Himself
New American Bandstand 1965 1985 TV Series Himself (as Phantom, Rocker & Slick)
Blue Suede Shoes 1985 TV Special Himself
Paper Dolls 1984 TV Series Himself
Ricochet 1984 Documentary Himself
David Bowie: Serious Moonlight 1983 Video documentary Himself - Musician

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Best of Bowie 2002 Video documentary Himself (segments "Young Americans" and "Modern Love")

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