Ne'er Do Wells
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|The Ne'er Do Wells|
|Genres||Rock and roll|
|Associated acts||Green Day, Thee Shatners, The Hi-Fives, Brent's T.V.|
|Past members||Chris Imlay
The Ne'er Do Wells were an American rock and roll band formed in Arcata, California by Chris Imlay, late of Brent's T.V. and John Denery, brother of Dallas Denery from Sweet Baby. Jesse Hilliard played bass and Al Sobrante formerly of Green Day played drums.
They released one extended play on Lookout! Records entitled Hello It Is I, Thee Intolerable Bastard Child Genius and a split CD with Judy and the Loadies called The Gift of Knowledge. There was also a side project called Thee Shatners, a Star Trek-themed surf music band, released on Planet Pimp Records.
After Al Sobrante left abruptly in 1994, the band evolved into The Hi-Fives.
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