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|Members||Bob Wilson (guitar)|
Jon Porth (bass)
Kurt Davis (vocals, drums)
The Konks was an American rock and roll band, based in Boston, Massachusetts. They released their self-titled debut album in March 2005, with Bomp! Records. The band was later signed to Static Eye Records and released their second album Nerves in early 2010. The band played their final show at Great Scott in Allston, Massachusetts in early 2011.
In other media
- The Konks' song "29 Fingers", from their debut album, is featured in the video game Rock Band, and vocalist Kurt (an employee of Rock Band developer Harmonix Music Systems) is featured in the tutorial mode of the game.
- Kurt Davis (vocals/drums) - Kurt was formerly the lead singer for Bullet LaVolta and a drummer for Kustomized.
- Bob Wilson (guitar)
- Jon Porth (bass)