The Randies

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The Randies are a female-fronted punk rock band from Los Angeles, California. They have been featured in Blender magazine,[1] as well as been selected as the featured artists of the month on Fender's[2] website. The Randies have produced two full-length albums, and also two music videos for songs from their sophomore release. They seem to constantly tour, only taking a few months off at a time when they reach their home in California. Their most recent major appearance was on the Vans Warped Tour in summer of 2008.

Band members[edit]

Sienna DeGovia plays the bass guitar and sings both lead and back-up vocals. Laura Cataldo plays rhythm guitar and sings back-up vocals. Laurita Guaico Harrison plays lead guitar and sings both lead and back-up vocals. The drummer on the last recorded album was Aaron Polk, however, he is no longer with the band. The last touring drummer was Joel Ronamoe, also of Duane Peters Gunfight. For the 2008 tour, Tosha Jones, formerly of Emerson Rose (Indianapolis, IN), joined up as the drummer. Former members include Megan McCarter on Guitar and Mark Powell (Kosmos Express, The Get Set) on Drums.

Awards[edit]

The Randies were nominated and won the award for "Punk Rock Night's Sexiest Band of 2006" at the 2006 Punk Rock Night Awards Show held at The Historic Melody Inn in Indianapolis, Indiana. The band was also nominated for the 8th Annual Independent Music Awards Punk Song of the year for "Change The Conversation".

Albums[edit]

At the Friendship Motor Inn (2004)
1. Boys in Stereo
2. Threadbare
3. Dreamdate
4. Hyperion
5. Cookie
6. The Way It Goes
7. Good for You
8. Iron Monkey
9. Put Out
10. Make It Right
11. Kevin Bacon
12. Star

Saw The Light (2006)
1. Freezerburn
2. Thought I Could Change
3. Born Again
4. Up In Lights
5. Socialite (Kiss or Kill)
6. Wrecking Ball (The Shovel Song)
7. Boxing Day
8. Breakfast Worthy
9. Broken Man
10. Dig Me a Hole
11. Move On

Also featured on:

Warped Tour 2008 Tour Compilation

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