Who Will Be the Lucky Pierre?
Having begun in summer of 2000 we have moved along quickly in becoming either the most revered and respected band or the most hated and despised in Portland. We have had to share the stage with such bands as Dead Moon, D.O.A.,The D4, Honky, Sado-Nation, Midnight Thunder Express, Fireballs of Freedom, Three Years Down, Lopez, The Riffs, 800 Octane, Hellfire Choir, The Strap-Ons, The Gloryholes, The Iotolas, The Dollar Store Cowboys, Akimbo and many other local and national acts. We even convinced people in British Columbia that we were a good idea to bring to Naughty Camp 2001 and 2003. Having taken to the road twice before, in true rock and roll suicide fashion we have seen many hobo hospitals across the country. Number three was certainly a charm and I am proud to say the 2004 summer US tour was completed without ending up in the hospital. Fueled by sarcasm and hate it is our goal to warp the minds of the drunk and the young. Self-deprecation and alcohol fuel the Rock with influences from 70's rock/metal, punk, 60's garage, oldies and rockabilly. We have recently appeared on two compilation albums Drinking About Songs which we contributed I Love Lucky Lager and Damned For All Time, Volume 4 which we contributed Big Men of Rock and Roll. We also have the track Happy F***in' Birthday on a tribute album to Vaginal Discharge coming out in 2005. We are continuing to abuse the northwest, and now... The rest of the world. THINK ABOUT IT!