Good Riddance

They’ll be more than one Reginan taking a stroll down memory lane on Friday Oct. 23 when this seminal California punk/hardcore band storms the stage at the Exchange on this eagerly anticipated reunion tour.

Formed in the mid-1980s in Santa Cruz, the band released seven studio albums on Fat Wreck Records before breaking up in 2007. They reunited in 2012, and released an eighth album called Peace In Our Time in April.

Three of the four founding members — Russ Rankin (vocals), Luke Pabich (guitar) and Chuck Platt (bass) — are still with the band, and the drummer, Sean Sellers, is a veteran presence as well, having first stepped behind the kit with 1996.

Joining Good Riddance on the bill at the Exchange are Off With Their Heads and Fire Next Time. Tickets are $17.50. And here’s the video for the title track “Peace In Our Time” off Good Riddance’s latest album

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  1. Cool! My 7th favorite Fat Wreck punk band from the 90s!

    Seriously though, I would go see them.

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