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The Dentures Surf Band w/ Paul Johnson (Mr Moto) Video

Submitted by elantric on February 03, 2013.

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The Dentures Surf Band hails from San Luis Obispo, California and has become a local favorite with the SurfRider Foundation. The Dentures were around when all these surf tunes were "new" hits on KRLA. Guitarist Steve Conrad hails from Downey, CA where at age 7 he saw the Chantay's record Pipeline in 1962 at Wentzels Music store. Later that same year his family moved to Glendora, where he recalls attending rehearsals by the Surfaris - "My older brother was friends with the band, and the first Electric Guitar I ever touched was Jim Fuller's - and i was hooked!"

www.Facebook.com/TheDentures

For bookings: (805) 549-8530
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Surfaris

elantric | 05-Feb-2013 15:29:01 | Flag
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Thank you!

wfoguy | 14-Feb-2013 21:28:14 | Flag

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