Yep, this is the official website of the band that brought you Betsy's House, What We Had and No Going Back.
Wednesday Week will be playing a reunion show on May 30, 2010 at the Rhino Records Pop Up Store. If you're on Facebook, you can "Like" the Rhino Records Pop Up Store page. As part of a WarfRat Tales show, Wednesday Week will be playing with The Urinals/100 Flowers and The Last. The lineup with be Wednesday Week #10, featuring Kristi Callan (guitar, lead vocals), David Nolte (lead guitar), Karen Blankfeld (bass, vocals), and Kelly Callan (drums).
What We Had has been reissued on CD on Noble Rot Records (a subsidiary of Collector's Choice Music), with the Betsy's House EP included (the first time Betsy's House has been available digitally!) and more (23 tracks, total!). You can pre-order it a Amazon or Collector's Choice right now !
Wednesday Week has a MySpace page. Click here and add them as friends. Also, Narrow Adventure also has page on MySpace. Click here to check Narrow Adventure out and download some music.
WarfRat Tales, the legendary 1983 compilation of LA bands that introduced Wednesday Week to the world, has been issued on CD for the first time and it has lots of extra tracks and bands. WarfRat Tales (Unabridged) features two Wednesday Week songs never before on CD. It's available at the Avebury Records website, as well as at the Bomp Store, CDBaby, and Amazon.
Kristi has a bandDime Box! Kristi is the lead singer and plays guitar.
Heidi Rodewald has been On-Broadway, earning Tonys! Now she's Making It.
Kelly Callan has a record labelAvebury Records. Check it out for an amazingly eclectic collection of good music. Artists on the label include Dime Box Band (featuring her sister, Kristi!), Tom Stevens (former Long Ryders and Magi bassist), Fallopian (from Santa Monica, CA), The Studiofix (from Orange County, CA), Stereotactic (from Bakersfield, CA), Twinkie (from Derby, UK), Andrew (pop genius from LA), The Get-Outs (from Bristol, UK), Kjehl Johansen (former Narrow Adventure/Wednesday Week member), The Mighty Stars (from Bristol, UK), Action Now (archival early-'80s garage powerpop featuring pre-Lucky Mike Lawrence and pre-Pandoras Paula Pierce) and Battery Life (with Lucky member Mike Lawrence!).
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Last modified: 5.13.10