Considered by many to be pioneers of the second wave of punk music, The Dickies are bringing their iconic, celebrated sound to Canyon Santa Clarita next month.
The Dickies are considered important for a number of reasons, among them being the band’s influence and longevity.
“Their uplifting, (some would say zany) pure punk, melodic-pop style has remained in tact for over twenty years,” according to the Canyon’s website. “Ever since the breakup of the Ramones, the Dickies hold the title of being the oldest active punk band in the land.”
An intimate venue like the one at Westfield Valencia Town Center is a perfect setting for the band, and their “zany” antics, at the March 13 show.
Now touting its “hardest hitting and most cohesive lineup ever,” the band tours with: Casey Royer on vocals; brothers Eddie and Joey Tatar as the rhythm unit of bass and drums; and lead guitarist Clinton Calton.
Come celebrate the band that came on the scene with The Adolescents, Social Distortion and Agent Orange when The Dickies come to town
Find the Canyon Santa Clarita on the ground floor of the Westfield Valencia Town Center. Get tickets at the box office 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, by phone at (888) 645-5006, or via TicketMaster.com. For more info, visit WheremusicmeetstheSoul.com.