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Dr. Ring-Ding & the Senior Allstars

Among the initial traditional ska rings from European countries to influence American shores, Germany’s Dr. Band Ding as well as the Mature AllStars had been led by vocalist/trombonist Richie Jung, previously of Un Bosso as well as the Ping Pongs. Rechristening himself Dr. Band Ding in tribute towards the Skatalites …

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Luxx

Shaped in the past due ’90s in NEW YORK, Luxx may be the mixed effort of bassist Tony Fennell, guitarist Ian Hatton, drummer Dave Sterling silver and lead vocalist, Katrina Chester. Using a audio that swims backwards and forwards between ska-punk and steel, Luxx released their first self-titled record on …

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Engine 54

Though something from the fertile Olympia, Washington indie rock community, Engine 54 rather drew their influence from classic ska, honing a lively old-school sound which found considerable favor among fans from the genre. Comprising guitarists Scott Freeman and Perry Salzhauer, bassist Colin Davis, trumpeters Jeff Davis and Harry O. Wilken, …

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Voodoo Glow Skulls

Deep within the center of California’s Inland Empire, the Hispanic-tinged ska-punk music group Voodoo Shine Skulls formed in the past due ’80s. Originally a hardcore group, the quartet was made up of the brothers Casillas (Frank on vocals, Eddie on acoustic guitar, Jorge on bass) plus drummer Jerry O’Neill. After …

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Filibuster

Sacramento, CA’s Filibuster includes saxophonist/vocalist Jason Boggs, guitarists Curt Cottrell and Mike Scheftner, bassist AJ Wilhelm, drummer Jeff Evans and turntablist Rob Rossi. The six-piece debuted their ska/meta/hip-hop fusion on 1995’s New Ruler & The Ruler which they adopted two years later on with Means. 1999 noticed the discharge of …

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Edna’s Goldfish

The Long Island-based ska-pop septet Edna’s Goldfish comprised vocalist Brian Diaz, guitarist Vinnie McAuliffe, bassist Dave Ringel, trumpeters Dave Galea and Gary Henderson, trombonist Matt Holmgren and drummer Mike Warner. Their debut LP, BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO Knew Better, made an appearance in early 1998; Components of Transition adopted a …

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Five Iron Frenzy

Five Iron Frenzy were among the seemingly a large number of ska-punk rings that dominated the post-grunge mainstream modern-rock picture of the past due ’90s. The group — made up of Reese Roper (vocals), Micah Ortega (acoustic guitar), Scott Kerr (acoustic guitar, support vocals), Keith Hoerig (bass), Andrew Verdecchio (drums), …

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The Dingees

A Christian ska-punk group in the Orange State, CA area, the Dingees grew away from a summer-1996 side task by members from the Supertones and many of their close friends. Founding associates Pegleg (vocals) and Dave Chevalier (sax) recruited bassist Bean and drummer Tony Terusa (bassist for the Supertones), furthermore …

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Durango 95

Durango 95 formed in 1981 in Oshawa. Associates were lead vocalist Greg Weir, guitarists Paul MacNeil and Rob Sweeney, drummer Darren Smith, and bassist Roger Branton. In a short time, the guys started landing gigs executing in Toronto, Canada, at night clubs along the well-known Queen Street picture. The group’s …

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Crizzy & the Punx

Clearwater, FL-based Crizzy as well as the Punx have already been turning out ska-punk music since Might of 1996. Minus the rage of several punk rings or the horn parts of many third influx ska rings, Crizzy as well as the Punx possess created an audio that sits over the …

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