PICS: Tiger Army at Observatory North Park

You and what army? Tiger Army, T.S.O.L. and Gamblers Mark brought rockabilly back to Observatory North Park on Friday, April 14.

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Tiger Army, formed in 1996 in Berkeley, is a legendary psychobilly act.
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Lead singer Nick 13 is the only constant member of the band.
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That doesn't stop the chemistry from happening on stage though.
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The band has released five studio albums and one EP.
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Tim Armstrong (of Rancid) first heard the band at 924 Gilman in Berkeley.
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Soon after that, Armstrong signed Tiger Army to his label, Hellcat Records.
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Two members of AFI have played in the band.
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When he's not with Tiger Army, Nick 13 has a solo career as an Americana artist.
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Their latest album, "V •••," was released on May 20, 2016.
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Not too shabby for a psychobilly punk.
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T.S.O.L. offered support for Tiger Army.
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The band name is an acronym for True Sounds of Liberty.
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They formed in 1978 in Long Beach.
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Meanwhile, Gamblers Mark opened up the show.
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They really got the rockabilly theme going.
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