20 days ago
So it does, Mom!
19 days ago
I am newbie to this website. Thanks
19 days ago
OUTERWAVE is looking for a new drummer. If you are in So. Cal. Call Allen at (714) 767-8576
18 days ago
I wish SG101 would do another jassmaster giveaway :c.. When I found out about it, it was too late
10 days ago
Such events depend entirely on the generosity of others. Who knows what this year will bring?
6 days ago
http://surfg... HB pier schedule for summer 2014
3 days ago
Where are the other shallow-enders today?
1 day ago
Easter Holiday weekend
1 day ago
Listening to the Mermen in Oakland, CA. They are sounding soooo good.
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Hello Surf and Instro Fans. Voodoo Court has released a new Album/CD titled "The Surf's Not For Pussies".
Here is a link to one of the promo spots.
Did you miss the amazing SurfGuitar101.com convention? Or perhaps you were there and you want a fantastic video keepsake of the event? In any case, please enjoy this great recap video by the Lost in Paradise crew.
Friday Aug 12th, The Dynotones, Live at Ye Old Ship
1120 W 17th St. Santa Ana Ca 92706
Appearing at one of Orange Counties coolest British Pub. If your in town for SG101 convention.. here is a free show the night before. Prost !!!
The Shrunken Head Lounge is the grooviest new surf music radio show which is gaining worldwide popularity.
We currently broadcast to over 200,000 surf fans and are looking to be the coolest Surf Music Radio Show ever!
If you'd like to be a part of our broadcast, send an mp3 with your Band name to
Check out the site to find archived shows ready for broadcast on any on-air and internet based radio station.
Marty Tippens writes:
Rather than work on one song, last April I started to work on an entire Ventures album. It's from their Fender years and my version can be heard by clicking this link.
Marty played all the instruments to the rare album "Going to the Ventures Dance Party". Follow the link to listen to the songs and be sure to read the fascinating album notes. Great job Marty!