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Legend and Lockout at Southern California Punk Rock Karaoke

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“Punk rock karaoke is great!” Says Vince Velasco, a friend of punk rock lovers. Another friend, who remains anonymous here, made a noise, saying, “It sounds boring.”

Unfortunately, that is not the case.

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Punk Rock Karaoke with Punk Legend and Lockout

Punk rock karaoke is not karaoke in the traditional sense. You are locked out in the legend of the punk rock scene.

Punk rock karaoke is not karaoke in the traditional sense. It’s great because you’re locked out in the legend of the punk rock scene. When I tell the legend, I’m not exaggerating. Imagine being on stage as the lead singer of a band consisting of Bad Religion / Circle Jerks guitarist Greg Hetson, Dickies guitarist Stan Lee, Pennywise bassist Randy Bradbury, and Goldfinger drummer Darrin Pfeiffer.

This is what shapes the punk rock dream.

I recently checked at Gallagher’s Pub HB. The raw energy was beyond expectations and some of the karaoke singers were really really good at it.

After the last song, I left the venue with excitement and was filled with good memories of the youth. The spirit of the night was explosive, and I’m still enjoying how wonderful this unique experience is — right here in Southern California. Even if I’m shy and can’t get up on stage and sing, I highly recommend it.

The next punk rock karaoke will take place on Sunday at the Corbyn Bowl in Tarzana. The band starts at 8:30 pm and karaoke starts at 10 pm.

Adam Barker of Los Angeles has announced Bad Religion’s “21st Century Digital Boy.”

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4 photos of punk rock karaoke band members playing guitar and drums

Clockwise from top left, Punk Rock Karaoke Band: Guitarist Greg Hetson of Bad Religion / Circle Jerks. Pennywise bassist Randy Bradbury. Goldfinger drummer Darrin Pfeiffer and Dickies guitarist Stan Lee.

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Man sings in green light on stage

Van Nuys’ Jorge Gonzalez sings Dickies’ “Manny Mo, Jack” at the Gallagher’s Pub HB’s punk rock karaoke.

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Punk rock karaoke mosh pit people

Gallagher’s Pub HB punk rock karaoke mosh pit.

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Anthony Hernandez sings on stage in front of musicians playing drums and guitar

Anthony Hernandez of Redondo Beach sings Bad Brains songs at the punk rock karaoke at Gallagher’s Pub HB.

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Two photos showing a man singing into a microphone and a woman in the audience moshing

On the left, La Quinta’s Darren Rubrano sings Pennywise’s “Bro Him”. On the right, fans are moshing the song.

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Two women sign on stage

Rachel and Michelle sing the “bad habits” of their descendants.

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Fans mosh the audience

Fans mosh the Pennywise band “Bro Hymn” sung by karaoke singers.

(Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times)

A mugshot of punk rock karaoke singers Adam Barker, Jessica, Rob Simandson and Vince Velasco.

Clockwise from top left: punk rock karaoke singers Adam Barker, Jessica, Rob Simandson, Vince Velasco.

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A man in a yellow shirt and necklace with a decorated collar sings

Fullerton’s Justin Cook sings the black flag “Gimme Gimme Gimme”.

(Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times)

A man dances in the audience

Van Nuys Jorge Gonzalez after singing Dickies’ “Manny Mo, Jack”.

(Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times)

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