A good and energetic pop music group that lived along the edges from the LA paisley underground picture in the 1980s, Wed Week were the brainchild of guitarist, singer, and songwriter Kristi Callan and her sister Kelly Callan, who played drums and contributed backing vocals. The Callan sisters started making music collectively in 1979, developing a short-lived music group known as the Undeclared, which developed right into a trio referred to as Goat Deity in 1980 using the introduction of guitarist Steve Wynn. Wynn remaining the music group when his additional group, the Desire Syndicate, became a full-time concern, and in 1981 the introduction of bassist Kjehl Johansen (ex-Urinals) resulted in another name switch, to Narrow Experience. The group finally became Thursday Week in 1983, when David Provost had taken over for Johansen on bass, though by the finish of that calendar year he still left the music group and Heidi Rodewald stepped in. The music group made its documenting debut in 1983, showing up on a set of compilation albums, The Warf Rat Stories (which also highlighted the Rainfall Parade, the Departing Trains, as well as the Last) and THE AIR Tokyo Tapes (various other works included the Lengthy Ryders, the Minutemen, the Three O’Clock, as well as the Bangles), aswell as launching a five-song EP, Betsy’s Home. In 1984, Thursday Week became a four-piece when Tom Alford emerged up to speed as business lead guitarist, and David Nolte had taken over for Alford in 1985. This lineup of Thursday Week lasted for just two years, and made an appearance on their initial full-length record, What WE’D, which was made by Don Dixon and released by Enigma Information in 1987. The record was well received by critics, and two music from the record appeared in the soundtrack from the horror film Slumber Party Massacre II (with Thursday Week unwittingly offering the backing monitors for several teenage young ladies rehearsing for the battle from the bands), however the record didn’t sell well beyond California, and by the finish of 1987 Heidi Rodewald still left the group and John Talley-Jones (another previous members from the Urinals) briefly became a member of as bassist. In 1988, Kelly Callan transferred from drums to bass, and several drummers kept period for the music group over another 2 yrs. In 1990, Thursday Week self-released their second full-length, a cassette-only record called No HEADING BACK with three different drummers showing up on different songs, but the recording didn’t spark new desire for the music group, and by the end of the entire year Wed Week split up. In the middle-’90s, Kristi Callan, Kelly Callan, and David Nolte started playing jointly in the music group Lucky with Mike Lawrence on bass, and in 1998 the traditional Thursday Week lineup of Kristi Callan, Kelly Callan, Heidi Rodewald, and David Nolte reunited, plus they continue steadily to play periodic shows in LA. In 2008, What WE’D was reissued by Noble Rot Information, using the Betsy’s Home EP, choices from No HEADING BACK, and several one and compilation monitors included as reward material.