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  1. Pennywise is an American punk rock band from Hermosa Beach, California, formed in 1988. (Web site)
  2. Pennywise is an American punk rock band that was formed in 1988, and is named after the monster from the Stephen King novel, It.
  3. Pennywise were one of many bands to contribute to the tribute. (Web site)
  4. Pennywise were shaken by his death, yet they decided to continue performing, adding Bradbury as a permanent member. (Web site)

Jim Lindberg

  1. Pennywise began recording Unknown Road in the absence of Jim Lindberg, with bassist Jason Thirsk attempting to fill the gap on vocals. (Web site)

Fletcher Dragge

  1. Pennywise has had numerous line-up changes, Fletcher Dragge and Byron McMackin are the only two constant members.
  2. Fletcher Dragge (born April 22, 1966)[ 1] is the lead guitar player of the successful punk rock band Pennywise, which was formed in 1988.

Jason Thirsk

  1. Jason Thirsk (28) - musician, Pennywise, suicide after depression and alcoholism treatment.

Founding Member

  1. Justin Thirsk is brother to founding member of Pennywise, Jason Matthew Thirsk also a Epitaph Records artist.

Third Album

  1. About Time is the third album by Pennywise, released on June 13, 1995.


  1. The company promoted shows for bands like Pennywise, Sublime, 311 etc.

Fourth Album

  1. In 1996, Pennywise began recording their fourth album. (Web site)


  1. The band went on tour for the next two years with other punk bands such as Pennywise, and ska punk bands like No Doubt and Voodoo Glow Skulls.
  2. With Lindberg back, Pennywise released Unknown Road (1993), which was an underground hit and established the band as a force in punk music. (Web site)


  1. More footage of Pennywise can be seen on 45 Revolutions: A Slice of XVI St. Life, XVI St. being the place where Jason and Fletcher hung out in Hermosa Beach.


  1. Some Los Angeles area groups like Guttermouth, Jughead's Revenge, Lagwagon, The Offspring, and Pennywise, also started to gain a following during this era.
  2. By 1995, punk bands The Offspring and Rancid hit the mainstream and Pennywise refused invitations to join several major labels.

Different Songs

  1. Pennywise, SNFU, and Down By Law have different songs featured as well.


  1. Pennywise As the band often releases an album every two years, there are fans expecting a new album to be released this year. (Web site)
  2. With the death of Jason Thirsk, Pennywise persisted with new releases such with the album "Straight Ahead" with bassist Randy Bradbury.

Bad Religion

  1. He has produced albums for Bad Religion as well as Epitaph Records labelmates NOFX, Rancid, and Pennywise, among others. (Web site)


  1. In 1991, the band signed with Epitaph Records (home of Bad Religion, L7, NOFX, Pennywise and other similar bands).
  2. Ask legions of adament fans of acts like Pennywise, Rancid or NOFX if Blink-182 or Good Charlotte are punk. (Web site)
  3. In 1997, the group toured with Blink-182 and Pennywise.[1] A second album on Theologial followed in 1998 before the group was picked up by Epitaph Records.


  1. Music > Punk > Punk Rock > Bad Religion
  2. Epitaph Records
  3. Punk Bands
  4. Arts > Music > Punk > Nofx
  5. Arts > Music > Musicians > Rancid
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