Greg Ginn And The Taylor Texas Corrugators: Hardcore Hippie

—by , April 17, 2010

I always thought it was funny seeing Greg Ginn wearing Grateful Dead shirts when he was in Black Flag. How could the guy that pretty much wrote Damaged groove to Jerry Garcia and all that bear, skeleton, flower power stuff? Since breaking up with Black Flag, Ginn hasn’t stopped playing music. He had recorded a number of solo albums and collaborated/appeared on a number of SST bands’ albums. Though Ginn may not be churning out those hardcore crunchy guitar riffs anymore, people can still see him in his jazzy blues psychedelic band Greg Ginn and the Taylor Texas Corrugators when they play Brooklyn for three days at The Cake Shop on April 13, Issue Project Room on April 19, and at Zebulon on April 20. Jam band city!!! Ages 21 and up. txcorrugators.com.

Greg Ginn And The Taylor Texas CorrugatorsHardcore Hippieby Cristina Jimenez I always thought it was funny seeing Greg Ginn wearing Grateful Dead shirts when he was in Black Flag. How could the guy that pretty much wrote Damaged groove to Jerry Garcia and all that bear, skeleton, flower power stuff? Since breaking up with Black Flag, Ginn hasn’t stopped playing music. He had recorded a number of solo albums and collaborated/appeared on a number of SST bands’ albums. Though Ginn may not be churning out those hardcore crunchy guitar riffs anymore, people can still see him in his jazzy blues psychedelic band Greg Ginn and the Taylor Texas Corrugators when they play Brooklyn for three days at The Cake Shop on April 13, Issue Project Room on April 19, and at Zebulon on April 20. Jam band city!!! Ages 21 and up. txcorrugators.com.


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