The Feisty Piranhas…

Written by on December 15, 2011 in Gigs / Tours / Events, News - 1 Comment


*****FEISTYS + FILTER = FUN!*****

Feisty Piranhas Return To Their “Home Away From Home” Venue,

The Canyon Club; Opening For Rock Band Filter –

Saturday, Nov. 5


                          Read A Great Live Show Review

Of The Feisty Piranhas In New Issue Of All Access Magazine>


The Feisty Piranhas came down from Ventura County to spread the concept of community and integrity throughout the independent music scene as well as to properly rock out an eight?song set….they put on a valiant display as well, serving as the perfect opener for FEAR…”      WEST HOLLYWOOD PATCH

(FROM FEISTY PIRANHAS STUDIOS IN CAMARILLO, CA) – The year may be winding down, but don’t tell that to hard-workin’ hard-playin’ rock group, the Feisty Piranhas. The high-energy, Ventura County-based band continue their schedule of playing at least one high-profile concert per month with a show at The Canyon Club, 28912                Roadside Dr., Agoura Hills, Saturday, November 5, where they are direct support for seminal Cleveland rock group, Filter. 8 p.m. Info: (818) 879-5016 or contact the band at www.the for tickets.

In 2011 the Feisty Piranhas have provided Direct Support for The Tubes, Fear, The Dickies, UFO, Blue Oyster Cult, and Y&T – all some of the biggest, most well-known rock bands in the business. Not bad company for a still-rising band (Peter Alex Lust, guitars-lead vocals; 2010 L.A. Music Awards’ “Best Rock Drummer” Peter Lust Jr., Drums; David Fox, guitars-vocals; Ned Gardner, bass-vocals) to be in, for sure!

“These guys play hard and epitomize the punk spirit, with a passion for the positive…these bandmates have mastered the art of collaboration…well-established and well-rehearsed, the Feisty Piranhas have honed their performance to near-perfection. “  MUSIC CONNECTION MAGAZINE 

Read a new review of Feisty Piranhas’ recent show at Hollywood’s Key Club with UFO here:

“Feisty Piranhas have a very melodic but in-your-face sound that mixes punk, reggae, ska, and pop punk,” writes reviewer, RadChad Reynolds. “The band were able to play to the crowd’s needs and gained some new fans with their Sublime-ish/reggae-ish tone of music. Even the hard rockers were clapping to the Piranhas groove,” Reynolds concludes.

Watch for some very special announcements from the band in the very near future.

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