Room: The Parish
Support Acts: Fever Dream
The Untouchables (sometimes known as The UTs) are a soul/mod revival band from the Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California area. They formed in 1981 as part of the embryonic L.A. mod revival, after being inspired by the ska revival/punk rock band The Boxboys.The Untouchables originally played covers such as "We Ain't Got Nothing Yet" (Blues Magoos), "Whatcha Gonna Do About It" (Small Faces) and "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone" (Monkees) in addition to their own songs. The band also appeared in the 1984 film Surf II, performing "Dance Beat", and 1987's No Man's Land, performing "What's Gone Wrong". Vocalist Kevin Long left in 1984. Guitarist Clyde Grimes took on more vocal leads, and in 1984 the band recorded "Free Yourself", which became very popular, especially in the United Kingdom. The band has gone through many lineup changes since then, and as of 2006, only vocalist Jerry Miller remains from the original lineup
The all-new House of Blues Anaheim at GardenWalk is Orange County's incredible home for live music! Our expansive venue features four distinctive and exciting environments under one roof. House of Blues Restaurant and Bar is open for lunch, happy hour and dinner, serving made-from-scratch, Southern favorites like Voodoo Shrimp, Juicy Lucy Burger and the Smokehouse Platter. Enjoy live entertainment nightly and pre-party at the bar or stay for late night eats! The legendary Foundation Room features a beautiful lounge and bar offering the ultimate star treatment and access to preferred ticketing benefits through the Foundation Room VIP Club membership program. The Parish showcases intimate artist performances and private events and the Music Hall features multiple bars for food and drinks, mezzanine seating and state-of-the-art sound. Voted Best Live Music Venue, Best Rock Club and Best Night Club by OC Weekly's Reader's Choice, House of Blues Anaheim is OC's one-stop entertainment spot!
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