The Deadlies, NorCal’s Most Dangerous Surf Band, Announce the Release of “The Deadlies Go to Nashville”

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The Deadlies, NorCal’s most dangerous surf band, announce the release of their Third CD, The Deadlies Go to Nashville.

The Deadlies, The Deadlies Go To Nashville

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Unlike anything you’ve heard before, TDGTN just may be the greatest, if only, surfabilly rock record on the planet. With the magic powers of industry legends Jack Douglas, Joe Chicarelli and Jay Messina behind it TDGTN combines the best of what surf and rockabilly have to offer. Led heroically by producer Ivan Miles Piesh, TDGTN unleashes a full-on aural attack that latches on and doesn’t let go.

An entirely new type of surf band, The Deadlies pay homage to the classic California surf sound, while boasting plenty of other influences - ranging from the Honky-tonk sound of Buck Owens, to the power-pop punk scene of Agent Orange, to straight-ahead 60’s garage rock a’la early Rolling Stones. James Patrick Regan (sponsored by Z Amps) shreds on reverb-drenched guitar, while Bob St. Laurent (sponsored by Ampeg) provides the smooth, undulating bass lines, rounded out by Jim Lang’s rocking and dramatic drum bed. According to Phil Dirt of Reverb Central, “The ever-irreverent Deadlies dawn cowboy duds to ply their gritty metal surf assault. These guys are so cool live, and their music is always fresh and ever evolving. This is a very fine release.”

Already receiving regular radio airplay in Northern California, cuts from TDGTN can be heard every week on San Francisco’s KOFY TV 20 hit show “Creepy KOFY Movietime.” where they are the house band. Nearly two million viewers saw their most recent appearance on “Good Day Sacramento” and “The Car Czar”. Additionally, they are also the house band at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. The Deadlies will be hosting a CD release party on June 7, 2012 at Forbidden Island Tiki Lounge in Alameda. For more information, promotional requests or to set up an interview, please contact Mindi Levine: mindilevine(at) Album previews can be heard at:

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