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Artist Info

Girl Trouble

Girl Trouble
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Girl Trouble are a long-running rock band from Washington, USA, formed in 1983, when three musicians from Tacoma, WA joined forces as well as one from Spokane, WA (Kendall).

The band played their first show in 1984, and signed to Olympia's K Records label soon afterwards, on which they released two singles ("Riverbed" and "Old Time Religion") in 1987. One of their songs, "Gonna Find A Cave", made an appearance on the legendary Sub Pop 200 compilation alongside tracks by other Washingtonians such as Nirvana and Soundgarden. Various albums followed on different independent labels (the band to this day have never signed to a major label). As a side-project, guitarist Kahuna plays in a Sonics tribute band (New Original Sonic Sound), featuring members of Mudhoney and the Young Fresh Fellows. Together with fellow garage enthusiasts the U-Men, Girl Trouble helped re-establish the Pacific Northwest as a one of the premier garage rock regions on the planet.

* Kurt P. Kendall (vocals, saxophone)
* Bon Von Wheelie (drums)
* Kahuna (guitar)
* Dale Phillips (bass guitar)
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