Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day name checked the Sacramento punk band Sewer Trout during Green Day’s April induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Sewer Trout’s blend of melodic, uptempo punk rock and snarky lyrics helped define Sacramento’s punk rock sound in the late-1980s and beyond. Pictured are two Sewer Trout records, “Songs About Drinking,” (left) and “Sewer Trout For President.”
Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day name checked the Sacramento punk band Sewer Trout during Green Day’s April induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Sewer Trout’s blend of melodic, uptempo punk rock and snarky lyrics helped define Sacramento’s punk rock sound in the late-1980s and beyond. Pictured are two Sewer Trout records, “Songs About Drinking,” (left) and “Sewer Trout For President.” Courtesy Phono Select
Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day name checked the Sacramento punk band Sewer Trout during Green Day’s April induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Sewer Trout’s blend of melodic, uptempo punk rock and snarky lyrics helped define Sacramento’s punk rock sound in the late-1980s and beyond. Pictured are two Sewer Trout records, “Songs About Drinking,” (left) and “Sewer Trout For President.” Courtesy Phono Select

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June 08, 2015 04:50 AM

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