T.S.O.L. & Friends Live in Concert

Borderline & Bad Sam Presents

T.S.O.L. & Friends Live in Concert

Bad Samaritans, Killroy, The Big Problem, Guttural Riot, The Grim, False Confession

Fri, October 26, 2018

7:00 pm (event ends at 1:00 am)


This event is all ages

Borderline and Bad Sam Presents our Inaugural 
HALLOWEEN MASSACRE featuring Legendary So Cal Spooky Punks T.S.O.L.!!
Joining them on this night of ghoulish fun are
NARDCORE veterans False Confession!
Also on board are The Grim, the always scary BAD SAMARITANS & L.A.'s first Oi band KILLROY with Simi Valley troublemakers THE BIG PROBLEM getting the evening's evil started!! Just added: Guttural Riot!

Borderline will be turned into a giant haunted house with terror and fun lurking everywhere! Drink specials too, like $5 PBR tall cans to quench the thirst of all you ghouls and goblins! Costumes are encouraged and this event is all ages so even the littlest monsters can attend...

US-American punk band formed in 1979 in Huntington Beach, California. The original lineup consisted of Jack Grisham (vocals), Ron Emory (guitar), Mike Roche (bass), and Todd Barnes (drums). Starting out as a politically-tinged hardcore punk band, the group moved towards horror themes and are considered by some as an influence on the early deathrock scene. The original lineup stayed together through 1983, recording 2 EPs and 2 LPs. Barnes and Grisham departed in '83 and were replaced by Mitch Dean and Joe Wood who was Grisham's brother-in-law, at the time. The Wood and Dean line up continued to record and release music throughout the 80s, shifting towards hard rock. Emory and Roche eventually dropped out, leaving the band with no original members. The original lineup reunited for some live gigs in 1991 but were unable to use the T.S.O.L. name since it was now controlled by Wood and Dean. Wood continued to tour under the T.S.O.L. banner throughout the 1990s, mostly in South America. In 1999 Emory, Grisham, and Roche regained control of the band name, and have continued to tour and occasionally record ever since. Barnes died from a brain aneurysm in 1999 after years of addiction issues.

Jack Grisham (vocals, 1979-84, 1991, 1999-present)
Ron Emory (guitar, 1979-90, 1991, 1999-present)
Mike Roche (bass, 1979-90, 1991, 1999-present)
Todd Barnes (drums, 1979-84, 1991)
Greg Kuehn (keyboards, 1982-84, 2003)
Jay Bentley (bass, 1983)
Joe Wood (vocals, 1984-91)
Mitch Dean (drums, 1984-91)
Marshall Rohner (1990)
Jay O'Brien (drums, 2001)
Billy Blaze (drums, 2003)
David Bianco (guitar, percussion, 2003)
Travis Johnson (drums, 2004-present)
Bad Samaritans
Bad Samaritans

Live Fast, Die Stupid 7"
Dead From Dying
American oi / punk band from Los Angeles, CA. Formed in 1982 by Jim Lane, Tom De Spain and Eric Troop.

Current line-up:
Jim Lane -Bass
Eric Troop - Guitar
Tom DeSpain- Vocals
Ken Wilkes - Drums
The Big Problem
The Big Problem
The Grim
The Grim
Tim - Vocals, Bob - Guitar, Brian - Bass, Garrett - Drums, Jeff - Guitar
False Confession
False Confession
False Confession was a hardcore punk band in the early 1980s that emerged in the Oxnard, California area. They were among the founders of the "Nardcore" punk movement. Scotty Morris, the second bassist, played on the 1984 Mystic EP. He went on to form the swing band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy many years later to great success. Harry, the drummer, later joined Stalag 13 and played on the album In Control. He joined The Cramps as Harry Drumdini in 1994, and recorded several albums with them. Fred, the guitarist, later joined Dr. Know in the mid 80s and played on their first album Plug In Jesus. Israel, Harry, and Fred from the original lineup are currently joined by Ismael Hernandez, formerly from Dr. Know, who is now the lead bassist. They released a 12" LP of their 1983 demo titledOut of the Basement on Queer Pills Records in 2013.
Venue Information:
Borderline Bar and Grill
99 Rolling Oaks Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA, 91361