Wreckless Strangers and Pardon The Interruption Return to Peri's in Fairfax Friday, April 12

Article Contributed by Denise Lamott PR | Published on Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Wreckless Strangers and Pardon the Interruption return to Peri's in Fairfax, CA, for a night of high-energy, rock 'n' roll fun on Friday, April 12.

Fresh off their Pacific Northwest tour as the opening band for powerhouse trumpeter and vocalist Jennifer Hartswick, Wreckless Strangers are excited to return to Marin County and play to local fans. Hailing from the Bay Area, Wreckless Strangers is a tight-knit collective of six sought-after session musicians whose journey together began in 2016 as an informal jam session. Fast forward seven years, the band has released three original albums and performed countless captivating shows in legendary venues and popular music festivals in the San Francisco Bay Area like The Fillmore, Sweetwater Music Hall, The Independent, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Sound Summit, Union Street Festival, and more. Wreckless Strangers features Amber Morris on vocals, David Noble on lead guitar and vocals, Joshua Zucker on bass, Austin de Lone on keys and vocals, Mick Hellman on drums and vocals, and Rob Anderson on guitar. Members of Wreckless Strangers have worked with Elvis Costello, Miley Cyrus, Peter Rowan, Bonnie Raitt, Boz Scaggs, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Poor Man's Whiskey, Laurie Lewis, and more! Their latest EP, Orange Sky Dream, was produced by four-time Grammy Award-winning engineer/producer Dave Way and is available on all music streaming platforms and at upcoming shows. Fans can visit WrecklessStrangers.com and follow the band on social media to catch the latest updates.

Roaring out of the fog-shrouded hills of Sonoma and drowning out the chatter, New Wave/Prog-Pop troubadours Pardon the Interruption (aka PTI) are taking their place — asserting their voice — in the storied musical conversation of the San Francisco Bay Area. One foot is planted firmly in the past, paying homage to some of the most singular and iconic artists of the '70s, '80s, and '90s. The other is stepping boldly forward, producing original material that is nostalgically familiar and entirely modern and unique. It's undeniably fun and will make you dance. Band leader, lead singer, and guitarist David Noble (Wreckless Strangers, Poor Man's Whiskey, Nina Hagen) has assembled three of the finest, most versatile session musicians in Northern California and fostered a cohesion that transcends music, including force of nature bassist Rob Fordyce (Peer Pressure, The Ring, Big Brother and the Holding Company), in-demand Americana drummer Rob Hooper (Jimmy Dale Gilmore, The Resentments, Carolyn Wonderland), and saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Jamison Smeltz (D8FeX, mRthKon, Ten Ton Chicken). With each show, PTI is demanding the attention of fans of funk, pop, ska, jam, prog, and just plain rock 'n' roll. Their New Wave stylings are infectious and stand apart from the typical NorCal sound.

WHAT:  Wreckless Strangers and Pardon the Interruption live at Peri's

WHEN:  Friday, April 12, 8:30 p.m.

WHERE:  Peri's, 29 Broadway, Fairfax, CA 94930

TICKETS:  $10 available online now