The Zambonis

The Zambonis

The Stents

Sat, May 20, 2017

9:00 pm

Stage on Herr

Harrisburg, PA

$10.00

The Zambonis
The Zambonis
The Zambonis are a Connecticut-based indie rock band formed in 1991 by musicians Dave Schneider (The LeeVees), Peter Katis, Jon Aley, and Tarquin Katis. The Zambonis write songs exclusively about hockey. Schneider says of the band's musical style: “We’re the only band in the world whose two biggest influences are The Beatles and Wayne Gretzky!”[1]

The NHL has commissioned the group to compose theme songs for the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche.[2] The band has toured with the Stanley Cup[3] and fundraised for Matt Cullen's organization, Cullen Children's Foundation.[4]

In deference to the ice resurfacer and Frank Zamboni, The Zambonis are a licensee of the Zamboni Company.
The Stents
The Stents
The Stents were formed from a mutual love of obscure, dusty music and going bananas while playing live whenever and wherever possible. They play a mix of garage rock, power pop, surf, and stuff that jangles. Heavy beats, fuzz guitars, harmonies and feedback are the weapons they employ. The line up (established A.D. 2008, Baltimore, Maryland) consists of Pat Brown (guitar, vocals, busker from the streets of London), Steve Branson (lead guitar, vocals, forged in the Chicago punk scene), Bonanza D. Jones (drums, vocals, ex-Barn Burners) and Scott Sugiuchi (bass, vocals, ex-Hate Bombs). They love rock, they love you, they love chicken nachos.
Venue Information:
Stage on Herr
268 Herr Street
Harrisburg, PA, 17102
http://www.harrisburgarts.com