Surf the Mid-West
SUNDOG, Kansas City's premier instrumental rock band, is booking gigs for 2017. This professional three-piece group has been playing KC's best music venues and special events for 19 years: Knuckleheads, Uptown Theatre, Kansas Speedway, Crossroad's First Fridays, Wichita Art Museum, and Charity Events. Not your average cover band. If you're looking for something completely different for your next event, check out SUNDOG.
Three-plus hours of reverb-drippin', guitar-driven, surf-inspired instrumental rock. If you like Dick Dale, Los Straitjackets, The Mermen, Link Wray or The Ventures... you'll love SUNDOG. (All of the above information is completely true, what follows should be taken at face value - and we wear masks.)
New Videos from Sundog
West Bottoms Car Show
Sundog played the West Bottoms Car Show September 28, 2013. Cars, Mini-Bike races, Zombie Pin-Up Girls - a Sundog kind of event.
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Sundog is Photogenic
Kill Devil Club - 11/1/12
First Friday Event
Unanticipated CD Planned
Sundog is working on a tribute CD dedicated to Yorgi, the master of the konservnaya banka – a deceptively simple folk instrument fashioned from a tin can, a stick, and a single string.
Yorgi is known to untold dozens of people for his 35 classic albums released on Clubbo Records. "Uncovering these old songs for a CD of covers was way easier than writing our own music," says Sundog bassist Steve "Dr. 360" Svancara.
"I've got everything ready for us to start recording at Sundog Studios" boasts Butch Herrman, Sundog's drummer. "Well, except for clearing it with the authorities. We don't want any of that trouble like last time."
Guitarist, Rick "Manos" Bernauer, is excited about the new project. "I think this will really show what we can do with our instruments. After all, Yorgi played it all on 1 string - we've got like 9 or 10 times that, plus drums."
The band is also planning a cover of the Clubbo Records recurring favorite "Yeah Yeah No No No."
"It will be based on the '65 version by Marilyn Kaye - not the '73 version which is total crap," says Rick. "But Butch does like the drum sounds from the 1985 version."
Sundog Event Posters
Created by Sundog's own graphic wizard - Steve "Dr. 360" Svancara