Ska didn't die with the '90s—and six bands are aiming to prove that on Wednesday.
The five-piece New Jersey ska band Survay Says!—along with Isolated Victims, The Skariginals, The A-OKs, Be Like Max and The Last Slice—played to a packed house at DiPiazza's on Wednesday night, as the The Ska Revival Tour hit Long Beach.
To quote one of their songs, Suburban Legends know that "ska doesn't pay," and that's why they're looking to their fans to help fund their new album.
Orange County ska band Hooray For Our Side is no stranger to Long Beach. However, despite their attachment to Long Beach, their upcoming show on August 30 at Harvelle's takes the group to a new area of the city that they have yet to explore.
It's been too long since the Santa Barbara-bred band, the Mad Caddies, performed in Long Beach.
The Mad Caddies' vocalist Chuck Robertson promised a party for their last tour date in Long Beach and the band delivered nothing short of it.
In their short three years as a band, The Interrupters have already opened for big-name punk and ska outfits like the Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Against Me! They are currently on tour supporting their debut
The East Los Angeles ska and reggae outfit will perform during the last Concert in the Park(ing Lot) of the summer.
Attention punk, rock, ska and reggae fans, Long Beach’s Law will be playing at Muldoon’s Saloon on Friday, October 13.
Bands all the way from Bakersfield to Riverside, from Simi Valley to San Diego will be playing at The Packard.