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Concombre Zombi

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MARK ‘BILL’ CANEPA - Vocals/Guitar
RALPHY BOY - Upright Bass
DESTIN PLEDGER - Drums

From the opening sounds heard on Concombre Zombi’s masterpiece “Daylight Comes” record, it is apparent to the listener that no ordinary psychobilly experience is about to unfold. At hand is a remarkable piece of musical work that transcends traditional definitions of psychobilly. Decide for yourself as there may be a new favorite album in store for you right here and now. An urgent calling from the underworld that beckons saints and sinners alike to partake in a hearty and succulent Concombre Zombi feast!

Some of you may remember Mark “Bill” Canepa from his Northern California days with Hayride To Hell, a Santa Cruz psycho band that helped shape the American psychobilly scene that we know and love today. When Mark and his lovely wife Annalisa picked up and moved from Cali to Texas, it wasn’t long before Mark had hooked up with local TXPSY pioneer Destin Pledger. Destin plays drums like a hillbilly roughneck all hopped up on 3 rails of methamphetamine that was washed down with140 proof moonshine. A perfect balance between tight and loose. Enter upright bassist extraordinaire from Victoria, Texas…known simply as Ralphy. Ralphy claims to hate psychobilly but he loves himself some Concombre Zombi. With a rock star ego and natural-born talent, Ralphy adds a Hollywood dimension to this motley crew. Together these three diverse personalities compose Concombre Zombi!

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