Staying in Tune with
Brampton punk artists Andy Butler, Ryan Von Dutch, Mark Snoek & Steve Rutter known as The 905's mounted the stage entertaining the audience with sheer power pop punk Teenage Head style.
Brampton's punk celebrities-Romeo Liquor Store who kicked it with a 90s Treble Charger kinda sound, including their first single off our debut 2006 full length album "Switchblade," (did you know they played the highly regarded CBGB’s in New York City)? Promoter extraordinaire Wolfie Joe Pinto states, "they cut their first CD about 10 years ago. Every tune is great, a very New York garage rock punk sound, great vocals."
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By Multi Award winning Photographer
Photo by: My mentor & friend in 2015, Legendary Photographer - Rock & Rowlands John R. Rowlands .