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Pomeranian Fight Club show plenty of improvement over pandemic

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 It took all my energy to drag myself out of the house on Friday night, July 23 after being a little disillusioned watching a new documentary on Woodstock ’99, so I went out looking for some positive energy. Of course, I found it in the thriving local music scene.


Pomeranian Fight Club at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, July 23. Photo by Richard AmeryPeople have spent the pandemic practicing, especially local alternative rock trio  Pomeranian  Fight Club, who had the Owl Acoustic Lounge hopping. While I missed local pop punk band the Waterfront,  I caught an energetic set from a much improved Pomeranian Fight Club.

They had a lot of energy, they mixed a touch of punk with a little funk, some classic rock grooves , some ’90s emo rock and contemporary alternative rock energy. 


They had gang vocals and a lot of intensity. The guitarist/ vocalist did some fretboard tapping and sang over it.

Even drummer Lincoln Shriner got to sing a couple songs.  

 Then they switched instruments for their last song.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 28 July 2021 14:20 )  
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