See The Gincident
David Rocks: Guitar/Vocals
Paul Brody: Trumpet/Vocals
Michael Beat: Percussion/Vocals
Stefan Nowak: Bass
Andrew Tweedie: Fiddle
Hear The Gincident
One Minus One
Feels so Right
My Girlfriend's Got a Chainsaw
I Waited for Your Call
Full Moon and a Broken Heart
I've Written Happy Songs
June 23 Strassenfest
5:00 PM Neuenhagen
June 15 Galatea Wine Bar
9:00 PM Lenaustraße 5, 12047 Berlin,/Neukölln
May 31 Zur Süßen Ecke
8:00 PM Neuenhagen
May 9 Culture Container
9:00 PM Holzmarktstraße 25, 10243 Berlin
Oct. 21 Private Party
Oct. 19 Benefit Fundraiser, JFK Schule, Berlin
Sept. 8 IPA Bar, Karl-Marx-Straße 195, 12055 Berlin
May 26 Amo's, Reichenberger Straße 147, Berlin-Kreuzberg
April 21 Bar Oro Nero, Akazienstr. 10 10823 Berlin
Mar. 1 Lagari, Pflügerstraße 19, Berlin
Oct. 1 Die Leckernfabrik, Gustav-Müller-Straße 15, 10829 Berlin
David Rocks, guitar/vocals
David got his start in the New England bands Lothar and the Mayonnaise People and The Jetsons and was the original singer for Püdelsi, a group that topped the charts in Poland in the '90s (admittedly after David quit). More recently, David was the leader of the New York bands Her Dog Henry and Lawnchair Rodeo and a member of Big Government in Berlin. As a solo artist, he has played in venues as farflung as New York, Denver, Paris, Frankfurt, Prague, Jerusalem, Saigon... and, yes, Berlin.
Paul Brody, trumpet
Paul is a longtime pro from Berlin, California, and Nashville who records solo and with his band Sadawi on the Enja Records and Tzadik labels. Trained as a classical trumpet player at the New England Conservatory in Boston, he soon switched to jazz, klezmer, and lately twangwave. Paul has performed with The Supremes, Shirley Bassey, Barry White, John Zorn, and Bob Moses.
Andrew Tweedie, fiddle
A classically trained violinist, Andrew later shifted his focus toward folk, blues and rock. He picked up guitar and played in 1980s London post-punk bands such as The Collection and Menace. He has also performed with the art-rock pioneer Laurie Anderson and British soft-pop sensation Rumer.
Michael Beat, drums, cajon and percussion/Vocals
Michael has performed in Berlin, Istanbul and Warsaw in jazz and rock bands such as Big Government, Sixpack, and the Karl Heinz Bomberg band.
Stefan Nowak, bass
Stefan started playing bass in Berlin cover bands in the 1990s--everything from metal to pop to country. He later moved on to original tunes with The Chickenhunters, Obscure, Scary Office, Big Government, and Easy Sundays, performing at venues in Germany and the U.K.