Fight Fair debut “California Kicks”

Fight Fair
Fight Fair
Wind the clock back several decades and imagine a California summer of a much simpler time. Even if you weren’t around in those years, it probably isn’t all that tough to picture. In fact, you’ve probably seen it before on television or in the movies—whether it’s Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello injecting a dose of fun in the sun as part of their “Beach Party” collection of films, or perhaps on television in the ‘60s surfer girl comedic hit series “Gidget.” San Diego based party punk rockers Fight Fair look to bring that care free beach aesthetic back on their debut LP, California Kicks, on June 29th through Triple Crown Records. The album came to life in San Diego with Mike Green (Paramore, Yellowcard) on pre-production and mixing. Brian Grider, who also produced the band’s 2008 Settle The Score EP, produced the record. On their 11-track LP Fight Fair fuses their current punk influences with records and lifestyle of the ‘60s surf community.

“We wanted to take music back to its roots and do something that’s classic but original for the modern times right now. And also mix it with a kind of aggressive early punk style—it’s like mixing the Ramones with like The Beach Boys. We just wanted to do our own style and really make something cool that people could relate to and have fun over the summer, go to the beach,” says Alex Bigman, Fight Fair’s vocalist.

Fight Fair is currently on tour alongside Kill Paradise and Honor Bright. They will join the 2010 Van’s Warped Tour on June 25th at Home Depot Center in Carson, CA. Confirmed tour dates are listed below.

TOUR DATES:
* Denotes show with Kill Paradise, Honor Bright
** With We the Kings, Hey Monday, and more. See show detail for complete lineup

*May 21st The Championship Lemoyne, Pennsylvania
*May 23rd Platinum Lounge Poughkeepsie, New York
*May 24th Hangar 84 Vineland, New Jersey
*May 25th Club Hell Providence, Rhode Island
*May 26th Eldolyn Terrace Altoona, Pennsylvania
*May 27th The Basement Columbus, Ohio
*May 28th Mad Maggies Elgin, Illinois
May 29th Bled Fest 2010 Howell, Michigan
*May 30th The Vauderville Mes Des Moines, Iowa
*June 1st The Marquis Theatre Denver, Colorado
*June 3rd The Underground Reno, Nevada
*June 4th Club Retro Orangevale, California
June 5th Rockin Roots Fest Bakersfield, California

VANS WARPED TOUR
June 25th Home Depot Center Carson, California
June 26th Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, California
June 27th Seaside Park Ventura, California
June 29th Cricket Pavilion Phoenix, Arizona
June 30th N.M.S.U Practice Field Las Cruces, New Mexico
July 1st AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas
July 2nd The Showground Houston, Texas
July 3rd Superpages.com Center Dallas, Texas
**July 4th Never Daisy Theater Memphis, Tennessee
July 5th Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre St. Louis, Missouri
July 6th Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Indianapolis, Indiana
July 7th First Niagara Pavilion Burgettston, Pennsylvania
July 8th Time Warner Cabel Amphitheatre Cleveland, Ohio
July 9th Arrow Hall Toronto, Ontario
July 10th Parc Jean Drapeau Montreal, Quebec
July 11th Comcast Theater Hartford, Connecticut
July 13th Comcast Center Mansfield, Massachusetts
July 14th Darien Lake P.A.C Darien Center, New York
July 15th Toyota Pavilion Scranton, Pennsylvania
July 16th Susquehanna Bank Center Camden, New Jersey
July 17th Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, New York
July 18th Monmouth Park Racetrack Oceanport, New Jersey
July 20th Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia, Maryland
July 21st Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Virginia Beach, Virginia
July 22nd Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte, North Carolina
July 23rd Vinoy Park Petersburg, Florida
July 24th Cruzan Amphitheater West Palm Beach, Florida
July 25th Firestone Amphitheater Orlando, Florida
July 26th Lakewood Amphitheater Atlanta, Georgia
**July 27th Expo Five Louisville, Kentucky
July 28th Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati, Ohio
July 29th Marcus Amphitheater Milwaukee, Wisconsin
July 30th Commercia Park Detroit, Michigan
July 31st First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre Tinley Park, Illinois
August 1st Canterbury Park Shakopee, Minnesota
August 2nd Sandstone Amphitheatre Bonner Springs, Kansas
August 5th Northlands Park Edmonton, Alberta
August 7th Utah State Fairgrounds Salt Lake City, Utah
August 8th Invesco Field Denver, Colorado
August 10th Cricket Amphitheater San Diego, California
August 11th Pomona Fairplex Pomona, California
August 12th Sleep Train Amphitheatre Wheatland, California
August 13th Idaho Center Amphitheatre Nampa, Idaho
August 14th Gorge Amphitheater Gorge, Washington
August 15th Washington County Fairgrounds Hillsboro, Oregon

Fight Fair, Honor Bright and Kill Paradise go on tour

Fight Fair
Fight Fair
Triple Crown Records recording artists Fight Fair and Honor Bright are hitting the road with Denver based electro-pop duo Kill Paradise. The tour is scheduled to begin May 10th in Tucson, AZ.

“We were so stoked when we found out about our spring tour with Kill Paradise,” commented Fight Fair frontman Alex Bigman. “We became good friends with Kill Paradise on Breathe Carolina’s fall EZ BRONZ tour. Honor Bright are our label mates, which is going to make the whole thing a family vibe. We can’t wait to get back on the road!”

“I’m so excited to be touring with my good friends in Fight Fair” says Kill Paradise’s Nicolas Cocozzella. “We did some fantastic shows in March and already I’m itching to get back out onto the road. I know this tour will be huge and we can’t wait to see all of our fans come out and have a great time!”

Hailing from sunny San Diego, CA, Fight Fair are riding the wave right into your stereo. Formed by best friends in the local punk/surf scene, Fight Fair’s undeniable pop hooks are putting audiences into a frenzy. Fight Fair have toured non-stop in support of their EP, Settle the Score, with six national tours as well an appearance at 2009’s Bamboozle Left festival. Fight Fair will be releasing their debut Full length California Kicks in June on Triple Crown Records and are confirmed for the entire Warped Tour this summer.

Syracuse, NY’s Honor Bright are determined to play their infectious brand of pop rock for everyone in the universe. Prior to being signed, the band performed on MTV’s TRL in the summer of ’08 and spent time as the number one unsigned artist on Purevolume. They were picked by Alternative Press as one of the bands to watch in 2010. Honor Bright’s debut full length Action! Drama! Suspense! will be out in July on Triple Crown Records and was produced by former A Day To Remember guitarist Tom Denny and mixed by Lou Giordano (Taking Back Sunday, Sunny Day real Estate, Plain White T’s). Honor Bright will join the tour in Austin, as they will be appearing at Skatefest 2010 in Worcester, MA alongside The Receiving End Of Sirens, Recover, Envy On The Coast and more.

FIGHT FAIR, KILL PARADISE & HONOR BRIGHT TOUR DATES:
5/10 – Tucson, AZ – The Rock (* no Honor Bright)
5/12 – Austin, TX – Emos
5/13 – Plano, TX – Eisenbergs
5/14 – Metairie, LA – High Ground
5/16 – Montgomery, AL – Santa Barbra
5/17 – Augusta, GA – Sector 7G
5/18 – Raleigh, NC – The Brewery
5/20 – Syracuse, NY – Funk N’ Waffles
5/21 – Lemoyne, PA – The Championship
5/22 – Hartford, CT – Webster Underground
5/23 – Poughkeepsie, NY – Platinum Lounge
5/25 – Providence, RI – Club Hell
5/26 – Altoona, PA – Eldolyn Terrace
5/27 – Columbus, OH – The Basement
5/28 – Elgin, IL – Mad Maggies
5/29 – Howell, MI – Heartland Performing Arts Center
5/30 – Des Moines, IA – The Vaudeville Mews
6/01 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
6/03 – Reno, NV – The Underground
6/04 – Orangevale, CA – Club Retro