Johnny Brenda's presents


The Original Sins, Weird Hot

Sat, December 29, 2012

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:15 pm


This event is 21 and over

All shows are 21+ Proper I.D. required for admission

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Beretta76 - (Set time: 11:15 PM)
"Nearly seven years in, and it shows: Philly combo Beretta 76 are battleship–tight and really hitting their stride right now as they merge power–pop, garage–punk and classic ’70s–style arena–sized hard rock into one whip–smart attack. Onstage singer–guitarist Camille Escobedo’s vocals, tough ’tude and allure might have you thinking of a threesome (artistically speaking, of course) between Pat Benatar, Joan Jett and Shirley Manson, while the rest of the band ably and often achieves their goal of making it ”blunt, unprissy, immediate, pissed–off, melodic and raw–rocking.” Bonus: They do a roaring cover of AC/DC’s ”Whole Lotta Rosie” that could probably wake Bon Scott from the dead."

- Michael Alan Goldberg, Philadelphia Weekly
The Original Sins - (Set time: 10:15 PM)
The Original Sins
John Terlesky, better known as Brother JT, founded garage pop outfit the Original Sins in 1987.
Based around the idea of combining the best aspects of 60's garage and '70's punk, the group soon got the attention of Bar/None Records founder Glenn Morrow who released the Sins' first single, "Just 14", followed by a debut LP, Big Soul, later that year, both to some critical acclaim. The four-piece went on to release 10 albums (including Peter Buck-produced Move), tour America & Europe, get MTV airplay, and generally raise a hammond organ-stoked din before calling it a day in 1998.
Since then 'reunions' have become more and more difficult due to the relocation of band members.
So, as of 2012, JT started playing as 'the Sins' with like-minded souls Jamie Mahon and Mike Kiker (of phila. psych blues experts St. James and the Apostles)--and on occasion with Sam Steinig and Scott Rodgers (formerly of Sins' contemporaries Mondo Topless). The faces may change, but the intent--getting folks to get off their asses and shake it--remains the same.
Weird Hot - (Set time: 9:15 PM)
Weird Hot
"the musical poetry of these beautifully spangled people have somehow
stayed with me"
Venue Information:
Johnny Brenda's
1201 N. Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA, 19125