Live Gallery #2: Gazzarri’s – Dec 9, 1991

In the heart of hair rock territory on the Sunset Strip, with Tomas on an honest-to-God rock-n-roll drum riser.

Photos by Wild Don Lewis

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Live Gallery #1

In the bottom photo, that’s Carla Bozulich helping Steve out with the vocals, as Robert Hammer (engineer of many of Slug’s early recordings, just below Steve’s head) and Corrin (from Ben is Dead, on the left) watch.

You can hear Carla’s talents on our recent reissue of Swingers, as she along with Beth Capper provided vocals on an alternate recording of the title track.

Photos by Wild Don Lewis

Photos by Wild Don Lewis

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For much of Slug‘s existence, photographer Don Lewis was on hand, going to our shows, dropping in on our recording sessions, and capturing a great visual record of what we were doing.

We asked Don if we could post a few of his photos here on slugla.com, and he generously turned over a huge archive of pics from his years of following us around L.A. We’ll be posting them here in small batches over the next several months so keep your eyes open, and give Don some love by visiting his site at wilddonlewis.com.

The return of Slug!

A big thank you to Martin Wong for this very cool article.

By Martin Wong

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Worlds collided a few weeks ago when I introduced the legendary punk rocker Rikk Agnew to my friends and our hosts Steve and Max (a.k.a. Cyrano and Lotus) when we were guests on KXLU’s Molotov Cocktail Hour. I casually mentioned that Steve used to sing for a band called Slug, and Rikk immediately recalled being blown away by them at Bogart’s in Long Beach. In fact, he flashed back on them somewhat recently and had even dug up videos on YouTube. And then the very next day, the ex-member of the Adolescents and Christian Death sent me a text saying that he downloaded the recently remastered tracks on Bandcamp and to let Steve know that he was in Slug heaven!

I’m super excited about the return of Slug as well, fondly recall seeing them often in the ’90s when they were…

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