Weird Party logo, 2011
|Origin|| Houston, TX|
|Years Active|| March 2010 - Present|
|Associated Acts|| Dead Tooth|
Fatal Flying Guilloteens
These Borders Were Drawn In Blood
|Websites|| Official Site|
|Members|| Shawn Adolf|
|Former Members|| Bryan Agan|
"Dirty" Jeff Smith
Weird Party formed in early 2010. They made their debut at The Mink on March 5th, 2010. On December 31st, 2010 they played at Fitzgerald's for the Free Press Houston New Year's Eve show. Rumors circulated about the band having broken up, and in February 2011, a self-titled album was leaked.
The album turned out to be leaked by Bryan Agan, who had quit the band after (or during) the New Year's Eve show. Another member said that the leaked album was more or less demos, and that the band was already almost finished with a full-length consisting of entirely different material. Agan was replaced with Dann Miller, and the band resumed playing shows.
Official Site: weirdparty.org
- Rowland Blackout - vocals, noise
- Dick Cravings - drums
- Keg Noisily - guitar
- DK Miller - guitar
- MANIE CHEMIN - bass
- Weird Party (2011, Digital Release)
- Live From Sugar Hill, Episode 22 - Full set filmed at Sugar Hill Studios. This episode also features The Energy.
Other [Interviews, etc.]
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Weird Party Break Up, Leave Free Album Behind (Houston Press, 2011.02.18)
Roky Moon & BOLT And Weird Party Complete The Rock And Roll Circle Of Life At The Mink (Review of first show, Houston Press, 2010.03.08)
Weird Party (Concert listing for first show, Houston Press, 2010.03.05)
Again, like the granddaddy of them all. Use this section for links [duh] that don't fit in any of the above categories.