Frenchy & the Punk Vs. The Men Who Will Not be Blamed for Nothing

Andy HeintzIMPORTANT UPDATE – Unfortunately due to a recently diagnosed illness with The Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing band member Andy Heintz, The Men have had to cancel their 2014 US tour.

We wish Andy a speedy recovery and look forward to being able to announce news dates for a US tour in the not too distant future.

Anyone who pre-purchased tickets to the Cincinnati show shall receive a full refund.



From across the Atlantic, British band The Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing join with American-Franco band Frenchy & the Punk for a tour like none other.

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 – 8PM (21+ event)
Molly Malone’s – 112 East4th Street, Covington, KY 41011
Tickets – $15 at the door, or $10 advance 

bands-frenchypunk-posed copyFrenchy & the Punk . . . Imagine Django Reinhardt, The White Stripes, Johnny Ramone, Siouxsie Sioux and Edith Piaf jamming together at an event hosted by Deepak Chopra and Toulouse Lautrec. This is what it might sound like. A sultry French-born singer, percussionist and a fiery punk rock guitarist from the golden days of the hardcore scene blended their diverse talents to form Frenchy and the Punk in 2005. The unlikely pairing has since released 6 full-length CDs, produced a live concert DVD and have performed all across the U.S. and in Europe. In May 2012, Yahoo Music called them one of the top 25 duos in the US. Their show is a carnival of two that will take you from Paris to CBGBs and back again. A rollicking flapper folk punk cabaret with cleverly crafted songs, Taiko meets Rio de Janeiro pounding drum instrumentals and true DIY attitude.

The MenThe Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing . . . Old school punk rock. Like, REALLY old school. Genuine 100% actual Londoners, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing come from a past which probably never happened via a present they didn’t want. Less steampunk and more “SteamPUNK”, the British four piece mix Anarchy and Anachrony in equal measure. Expect a robot Sid Vicious covering Slayer in an 1877 East End Music Hall: a murky mix of Doctor Who, Doctor Watson and Doctored History. Not for the faint hearted or those of a delicate disposition.

To see who else is going to be there that night, RSVP to the Facebook event page.

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