The Surfaris

WIPE OUT!

The Surfaris

Laramie Dean, The Wave Slaves

Thu, August 3, 2017

8:30 pm (event ends at 11:15 pm)

GA Discount and Premium

Yes, the legendary THE SURFARIS will be right here at your favorite stage and watering hole, The Wormhole! Bob Berryhill is the original guitar player, and songwriter of " Wipeout ." A rare opportunity to see a true legend live. Has sold millions of records! Surf punk rocker Laramie Dean will open along with Savannah's own The Wave Slaves!

Seating starts at 7:30PM however, The Wormhole is open all day so come early and get food and enjoy happy hour discounts, and get a good seat! GET YOUR TICKET NOW and don't forget to upgrade your party to a premium reserved table up close to the stage. See you at the show!

The Surfaris
The Surfaris
American surf rock band formed in 1962. They are best known for two of their hit songs "Wipe Out" and "Surfer Joe". They eventually abandoned beach and hot-rod themes for folk rock and had a number two hit in Japan with the song "Kareen". Ron Wilson died from a brain aneurysm in May 1989.

The original members:
Jim Fuller - Lead guitar
Bob Berryhill - Guitar
Pat Connolly - Bass
Ron Wilson - Drums

Bob Berryhill reformed the Surfaris in the 1990's with his wife Gene, a concert violinist, playing bass, their younger son Joel as the drummer and their eldest son Deven on guitar. They have released new material with this line up featuring surf rock done in a Christian style.
Laramie Dean
Laramie Dean
The surf punk rocker himself...!
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laramie_Dean
The Wave Slaves
The Wave Slaves
The Wave Slaves of Savannah, Georgia, are a unique lot of musicians hailing from different and diverse backgrounds. Shane Litts (guitar) and Joshua Lindsay (guitar), with years of experience in the band Anyone's Ghost, lend this instrumental quartet a melodic, classic surf sound. Bassist, Greg Rettig, is
a powerful backbone to the band, drawing experience from his previous metal, progressive rock, and indie rock experience. His other current project, "Sins of Godless Men" (formerly known as "Howler") has been a staple in the local music scene for the past 4 years. Last, but not least, surf/punk drummer and professional belly dancer, Nicole Edge, completes the ensemble. The band, collectively, shares a love of surf music (duh) as well as a passion for beer, coffee, and girls in bikinis.
Venue Information:
The Wormhole
2307 Bull Street
Savannah, GA, 31401
http://www.wormholebar.com/