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Story tools Formed by a group of junior high students in Los Angeles, Fishbone created a unique blend of ska, funk, reggae and punk, becoming a prominent part of a Southern California music scene that also included such luminaries as the Red Hot
Last Friday Fishbone frontman Angelo Moore sat at a restaurant in Miami, eating fish and rice and flirting with the waitress. "Thank you so much, that's beautiful and so are you," he said, making no effort to mask his conversation from the reporter
Friday, November 18, 2011 Everyday Sunshine' tells how rock band missed out on the success it deserved , Herald Movie Critic To hear the soaring craziness of Fishbone's "Sunless Saturday" is to wonder how such musical inspiration could possibly miss.
September 30, 2011 FOR more than a quarter century the Los Angeles band Fishbone has been making music critics reach for their hyphens. It's been called ska-punk, punk-funk and ska-punk-funk-metal. The Rough Guide to Rock deemed Fishbone's music jazz/
Produced, directed, written by Lev Anderson, Chris Metzler. With: Angelo Moore, Norwood Fisher, Chris Dowd, Walter Kibby II, Kendall Jones, Flea, Gwen Stefani, Bob Forrest, Keith Morris, Tim Robbins, George Clinton, Ice-T, Perry Farrell, Mike Watt,
Documentary "Everyday Sunshine" chronicles the rise, fall, and rebirth of the influential Los Angeles band Fishbone...South Central and in their early years frequented legendary Downtown venues such as Al's Bar and Madame Wongs. The film goes far
Hailed in the Trouser Press Record Guide as "one of America's greatest and most overlooked bands," Fishbone broke out from the early 1980s club scene in Los Angeles with its raucous, high-energy mix of punk, ska, funk and straight rock. The band came