King Missile (clockwise from upper right: John S. Hall, Chris Xefos, Roger Murdock, and Dave Rick) performed for the first time in over 20 years on February 18, 2016, at the Gutter in Williamsburg. Robert O’Haire, Straw2Gold Pictures, and Matt Kohn produced this video of the performance. Enjoy!
Unusual Squirrel’s debut release, “Fuck Sandwich” is now available here:
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King Missile, Wooing, Iron Falcon Style
Saturday, February 18, 2017 at the Gutter Bar (200 N. 14th Street Bkln)
Over the past two years, the trio of John S. Hall, Dave Rick, and Roger Murdock have played a number of shows together in the New York area. On February 18, for the first time …read more
Another King Missile show! Fresh from the success of their last show (at Cakeshop, in May), King Missile returns to Brooklyn to play Union Hall for the first time. I wish I could convey to you in words how much fun this show will be. If you haven’t seen King Missile lately, then you really should. …read more
For the first time ever, Unusual Squirrel (John S. Hall’s newest musical project) opened for King Missile (the Atlantic recording artists, and perhaps best known version of the band). It was the first time that Dave, Roger and John have played in Manhattan in over 20 years. I am sorry you missed it, unless you didn’t, …read more
King Missile (John S. Hall, Dave Rick, Roger Murdock and new keyboard player Brent Codero) will play at Shea Stadium (20 Meadow Street, Brooklyn) on Friday, December 18, at 10:15 pm.
The Icebergs – 8:45
Rachel Trachtenberg – 9:30
Pepperoni – 11:15
John will perform on Friday, December 4 at 7:30 pm, accompanied by Kirsten McCord on electric cello.
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King Missile last performed on Saturday, June 27, 2015, at Shea Stadium (20 Meadow Street, Brooklyn NY.
This potentially raised several questions:
Which King Missile is this? The second one.
Are these the guys who did “Detachable Penis”? Yes.
Did they have any other good songs? That’s a matter of opinion.
When was the last time …read more
This Fuckin’ Guy was born in early August of 2014, when he saw a fucking dragonfly on Governors Fucking Island and thought it looked like a drunken fucking dipshit, but kind of fucking cool. He wrote a poem about it, then another, then another, and pretty soon he had a fucking shitload of poems. The fourth …read more