Rare Video of early Big D & The Kids Table show surfaces (1997)

Here’s a nice Saturday treat for all of you ska punk fans: A not-terrible-quality video from Big D and The Kid’s Table’s early years has been found. Click here to watch the band perform “What?” which appears on their split with Drexel, “Shot By Lammi.” The video takes place at The Middle East in Boston in 1997 (the band started up in ’95.)

14 years later, the band released “For The Damned, The Dumb and the Delirious” on SideOneDummy, and singer David McWane will soon be undergoing surgery related to his recent diagnosis of throat cancer. SideOneDummy is having an online vinyl auction to help out; get the information on that here.[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAy8EwjW7iM[/youtube]

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One Comment

  1. jaystone
    jaystone12/3/2011 9:49 AM | Permalink

    I can’t tell you how many times I listened to this album in college…

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