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Sawhorse

Sawhorse

Sawhorse


There are 2 bands named Sawhorse: 1. Sawhorse was a seminal punk band from the Bay Area in California. Sawhorse first released a 7" EP on Lookout! Records under the name "The Skin Flutes". They had changed their name to Sawhorse by the time their second 7" was released on Kent McClard's Goletta, California based label, Ebullition Records. Sawhorse featured Mike Kirsch (Fuel - San Francisco) on guitar, Skot Meyer on vocals, Josh Baker on guitar, Bill Schnider (Pinhead Gunpowder) on bass, and Scott Pelkey on drums. Read more on Last.fm
There are 2 bands named Sawhorse: 1. Sawhorse was a seminal punk band from the Bay Area in California. Sawhorse first released a 7" EP on Lookout! Records under the name "The Skin Flutes". They had changed their name to Sawhorse by the time their second 7" was released on Kent McClard's Goletta, California based label, Ebullition Records. Sawhorse featured Mike Kirsch (Fuel - San Francisco) on guitar, Skot Meyer on vocals, Josh Baker on guitar, Bill Schnider (Pinhead Gunpowder) on bass, and Scott Pelkey on drums. 2.

A Post-Rock band from Baltimore, Maryland. Their first record "Cover It With Asphalt" was released under Blackjaw Records. Sawhorse features Sean Seaton on guitar (Lilu Dallas, Surf Nazis On Ecstasy), Jacob Seaton on drums / xylophone / piano / accordion (Batcomputer, The Moon And Transit), Justin Lloyd on guitar / keyboard (Batcomputer, Age Sixteen, Surf Nazis On Ecstasy, A Perfect Kiss, The Human Excuse), Jonathan Knobel on bass (Age Sixteen, Surf Nazis On Ecstasy), Sarah Hoyes on violin (Birdlime), William Teasly on Upright Bass www.myspace.com/sawhorsefamily Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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