Last year, Oakland’s family-friendly Mosswood Park saw the likes of the Zeros, Jonathan Richman, Redd Kross, the Oblivians, the Trashwomen, and Fuzz attack its open-air stage during the Burger Boogaloo, and it seemed unlikely that a garage/punk/pop line-up of equal awesomeness would be experienced in the East Bay ever again. Boy, were we happy to be wrong!
On July 5, 2014, the fine folks at Total Trash Productions and Burger Records brought the Boogaloo back to Mosswood Park, this time with rock’n’roll legend Ronnie Spector headlining the second day of the two-day music fest. But before we jump ahead, let’s recap action-packed Day 1 with a slew of photos and one animated GIF.
Portland’s White Fang kicked things off with hilarious 420 jams, cartwheels, and bursts of calisthenics. At one point, the singer and drummer switched roles so that the drummer could run a lap around the amphitheater with the wireless…
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