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King Beez

King Beez - "Decade of Destruction Tour"

King Beez are celebrating a decade of destruction this year. 10 years of pure surf rock madness. Their new single “Tsunami” is classic King Beez. It ain’t your grandpa’s surf rock. These guys crank it up and infuse it with all kinds punk, metal, and grease. You can witness the Beez unleash all hell across Ontario on their Decade of Destruction tour which includes a stop at their homebase of Cherry Cola’s on October 20th along with Black Magic Flower Power, NLP and On The Verge. – Kris Gies



Toronto based surf-punk band King Beez are back with their first release in over 3 years. These guys give surf rock a whole new spin with heavy metal influences and a whole rack of punk rock attitude. Their video for "Pollination" shows the Beez in all their glory. Playing in various venues with frontman Matt Groopie roaming the streets and shredding on the roof. King Beez "Rumble Bee" EP is available now. See em May 11th at the Cadillac Lounge. - Kris Gies




King Beez were formed all the way back in 2007 by Matt Groopie. They started in Thornhill, Ontario and now are mostly seen hanging around the Toronto scene. They offer metal influenced surf rock. You'll be knockin back drinks and shaking your behind when these black n' yellow clad fellas hit the stage. They will be part of the latest Surf VS Rockabilly Night at Cherry Cola's on Thursday July 21 along with Treblemen and Calrizians. Doors at 9 and only 5 bucks before 10. - Kris Gies



Ginger St.James is no stranger to the strange. She was an expert in burlesque before strumming her 6 string on stage. She's been playing tunes around Ontario for a long time now. Don't let her small statute fool ya....she'll out-smoke and out-drink ya....she'll probably also kick your ass to be honest. Along with her band The Grinders they bring a country/rockabilly show you probably didn't think existed anymore. A throwback to when country was bad ass music. Her record "Diesel n' Peas" was released last year and is full of honky tonk goods. Ginger is bringing her country to the city this week. Cherry Cola's is hosting a surf vs rockabilly event featuring instrumental surf acts King Beez and Luau or Die taking on Brendt Diabo & The Ramblers and of course Ginger St. James. 5 bucks before 10. -Kris Gies


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