Kids for Cash was formed in 1984 by guitarist Sohrab Habibion and vocalist Frank Charron, quickly adding Dan Cook on bass and a steady succession of drummers, eventually settling on Tony Farfan. Three of the four band members were high school students at Lake Braddock in Burke, VA, a suburb of Washington, D.C., and the band’s outlook and music was heavily influenced by the mid-’80s D.C. scene.
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