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 Red River, NM

Bull O The Woods 

Shit Happens Incorporated

  America's Party Band

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Albuquerque, NM Westside

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017

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BUY AND DOWNLOAD 11 YEAR ITCH

official website

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 Albuquerque, NM Westside

Burts Tiki Lounge

Modern Rock With A Vintage Heavy Twist. Catchy Melodies And Groove Hooks!

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Purchase & Download 11 Year Itch

EST.  2001

Bull O The Woods 

TBA

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1912 2nd St, Albuquerque, NM 6pm Bands all day 3-10 All Ages, Family Friendly.

Sidelines

Bad Boys of Burque

After 11 Years of playing a hybrid of covers and originals in countless bars, bike rallies and clubs across the Southwestern United States. Shit Happens Inc. recorded they're first EP "FIRSTFOUR" released March 17, 2013. Then two months later to the day on May 17, 2013, their full length effort appropriately named "11 YEAR ITCH" was released. Spanning over a decade S.H.I has opened for many touring and national acts like Dokken, L.A. Guns (both with and without Tracii Guns), Los Lonely Boys, Ron Keel, Bullet Boys, The Frank Hannon Band, Geoff Tate, Krash Karma, The Chimpz, and more. 
S.H.I has held the house band tittle since 2004 at Malarky's, Albuquerque's Premiere Rock Club. In 2014 S.H.I was crowned the house band at the Four Corners Motorcycle Rally and also co headlined the Fire and Ice Bike Rally for the third time. 
Nominated in 2014 they won the New Mexico Music Awards Best Metal Song for "BLACK WIDOW". 
If any band in the southwestern U.S. deserves the title, "Party Band", it would undoubtedly be "SHIT HAPPENS INC." With the energy these 4 souls release in a 45 minute set they could quite possibly supply power to a small city........ Definitely check out these Bad Boys of Burque! 
​You wont be disappointed!!!

Rio Bravo Brewery 

Sidelines Sports Bar

 Red River, NM . . . Memorial Weekend

  We Will Rock You!


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One of Albuquerque's Hottest Night Clubs. 9-1:00  No Cover 21+ 

Albuquerque, NM Downtown