The Forty Nineteens' newest LP “Rebooted” takes a psychedelic garage rock trip down 1960’s Sunset Strip with the top down and the radio on. The door’s open, climb on in.
Little Steven’s Underground Garage Sirius/XM named “I’m Free” as the “Coolest Song in the World” June 3, 2016. The previous weeks “Coolest Song” was The Monkees ‘Birth of an Accidental Hipster” A prestigious honor indeed.
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‘Rebooted’ is way different than their previous efforts. Influenced by mid 60’s Surf, Garage, Freakbeat and Neo Psychedelia Paisley Underground, it reminds me of early Doors and The Who.”
"Rebooted" is the third collaboration between the band and producer/engineer David Newton. The Mighty Lemon Drops alum brings his style and knowledge of the era to pull it all into focus. Returning on keyboards is former Stevie Wonder sideman Kevin McCourt. Theremin sounds were handled by Jason ‘Mongoose’ Eoff of Los Straitjackets contemporaries The Outta Sites.
Temecula California based, Detroit-born John Pozza (vocals/bass), Chuck Gorian (guitar), Pittsburgh native Nick Zeigler (ex Mary’s Danish) on drums/vocals. They have been opening for such bands as The Fleshtones, Gin Blossoms, Robin Zander, and The Fixx.
Their band philosophy is simple: “Say what you have to say in under three minutes.” Influences include, The Fleshtones, The Who, The Doors, The Monkees, Elvis Costello, and all the garage rock bands that played on the Sunset Strip.
The Forty Nineteens continue their SoCal meets Motor City high-energy tradition that has earned them their loyal following. See them live and join in on the fun.