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Lookout Zoomout 2

Posted Feb. 13, 2021, 5:31 p.m. in Shows by Loren

 Influential and defunct-since-2012 record label Lookout Records! is throwing another online bash. Titled Lookout Zoomout 2 (read about #1), the livestream features members of the Riverdales, the Mopes, The Mr. T Experience, Go Sailor, the Groovie Ghoulies, the Smugglers, and Screeching Weasel and airs on February 28.

The event will feature live music, Q &A, and unannounced guests.


- Dan Vapid from Screeching Weasel / the Riverdales / the Mopes... a rare solo performance from one of the most unheralded and powerful singer-songwriters from the Lookout stable of artists. This Chicago musician has been involved with some of the best American punk rock bands of the past thirty years.

- Dr. Frank from the Mr. T Experience ... arguably the architect of modern pop punk in sound and lyrics, Dr. Frank and his Berkeley-based band were on Lookout longer than any other artist.

- Rose Melberg from Go Sailor ... with a voice most often described as angelic, Rose Melberg was at the forefront of the twee-punk underground in North America, fronting bands like Tiger Trap, the Softies, and her Lookout Records band, the much loved Go Sailor.

- Kepi from the Groovie Ghoulies ... few artists eat, breathe, think, and live rock 'n' roll more than Kepi, who has been rocking out consistently with a smile on his face in a band or solo for more than 30 years.

- Larry Livermore from the Potatomen ... the Lookout Records founder fronted the Smiths-like acoustic pop band the Potatomen for years, and recently published his fascinating memoir, "How To Ru(i)n A Record Label."

- Grant Lawrence from the Smugglers... the lead singer of the Vancouver garage rock 'n' roll band that was on Lookout from 1995-2005.

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