Follow an action packed week in Tokyo and check out the beautiful bikes and cool people of Action SC, Jungle Scooters, and Lambrettability. Thank you Tokyo – we’ll be back!
If you haven’t been following Ray Bausa’s podcasts, you’ve been missing out! Normally full of the northern soul and modern sounds we love, Ray returns to his scooterboy roots here with this ’79 Mod Revival set – Get ready Irving Parkas!
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Windy City Soul Club turned 3 at its monthly party at The Empty Bottle on Saturday, December 10. J5 was there with camera, and we have the mother of all photo uploads in our Gallery now. Were you there? Find yourself in the crowd and let us know.
Next up for WCSC is a New Years Eve party at Logan Square Auditorium. Tickets are only $15 in advance from The Empty Bottle, so get yours now.
The Crombies tore the roof off Double Door the other night… if you weren’t there, they captured a couple of videos you can check out now on youtube. Here they are doing Mad at the World – pick it up NOW from Jump Up! on 7″
Thanks much to all who organized this benefit for Erik Kish. It was an honor to be a part of it.
Chicago lost a legend on Sept. 29 when Erik Kish passed away from a motorcycle accident. Hi-Fi & The Roadburners have been long time fixtures on the scene, and through music or Fear City Choppers, Erik converted a LOT of people to the cause of good music, good times, and a way of life we all believe in.
So at MayDay HQ we’re exceedingly proud that The Crombies have been invited to perform at the Hi-Fi Memorial Benefit concert. Get your tickets now for the show on Sunday, Nov. 6 at Double Door. There are over a dozen great bands playing, including the Bama Lamas, Big Daddy Sin, the Dyes, Kevin Flynn, Hillbilly Idols, The Avondale Ramblers, Lil’ Red, the Howlin’ Wolves, the Moondogs, Pearls Mahone & the One-Eyed Jacks, the Penthouse Playboys, Rockin’ Bill & The Wild Coyotes, Three Blue Teardrops, Tracer Bullet, and Wild Onion People.
It will be an event to remember, to remember a great guy, and we hope to see you there.
No surprise here, they know how to do it in Japan… MayDay SC kingpin jordan5 visits Tokyo!