|28th April 2022|
490 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 3LW
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“One of the first things Nick, Güt and myself wanted to do when we got STÖNER together was to get over to the UK and Ireland. Good things come to those who ROCK. See you all soon” - Brant Bjork
Rad stays rad. A few ideas are timeless. Stoner is Brant Bjork (guitar/vocals), Nick Oliveri (bass/vocals) and Ryan Gut (drums), and from flowing jams to all-out punker blasts, they know what they’re doing.
It ain’t anybody’s first time at the dance, and you don’t call your band Stoner if you’ve never heard the word before. Stoner, however straight-ahead their moniker, encompass varied styles and the songwriting of Bjork and Oliveri–both founders of Kyuss, also Mon do Generator, Ché, Fu Manchu, Bloodcot, and more between them. Atop the classic-style swing and flow from Gut (also of Bjork’s solo band), Stoner keep it casual and wear the name as only those who helped create the sound could.
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