Courtesy of Clamhawk Manor
Clamhawk Rockers play live at Thee Parkside on December 14.
San Francisco's Clamhawk Manor believes that rock music should be fun and have balls, so these funballs are trying to bring it.
Clamhawk Manor is singer Roger Oddcock, drummer Frankie Lodge, bassist Tiny Longfellow, guitarist B.J. Cummins, and spiritual advisor/drug dealer Swami Mitch McGillicutty, D.D.S. The debut EP Hard Bargain was released earlier this year. It features lightheartedly pokes at misogynous Eighties American rock conventions.
"If you wanna get laid, I suggest you do the talking with your looks. I was way more into you before you opened your mouth," they sing on "Stuff a Sock in It."
Clamhawk Manor, who starred in a 2011 local film called A Hard Day's Nightmare, will bring these songs to life at a rare live performance, a fundraiser for Pedal Revolution, a bike shop that trains and employs at-risk youth, at Thee Parkside. Show starts at 4 PM and a five dollar donation is suggested.