About Flock of Seagirls
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Flock of Seagirls is the San Francisco Bay Area’s premier all-female tribute to ladies of the ’80s.

Honoring the legacy of women who rocked during this iconic decade, Flock of Seagirls performs hit after hit from the MTV era, spanning genres from punk and new wave to power pop. You’ll instantly be transported back to the days of big hair and even bigger shoulder pads with songs from The Go-Go’s, Blondie, The Bangles, Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, Heart, Cher, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper and more.

Flock of Seagirls has played in numerous venues throughout California and Nevada, including Bimbo’s, Slim’s, Sweetwater Music Hall, Harrah’s Reno, ApCal Winery, Capone’s, Rockbar Theater, the historic Bal Theatre, and at local events including the Hayward Zucchini Festival, Livermore Wine Festival and Facebook Farmer’s Market.

Have a private event? No worries…the Flock is available to bring the ’80s directly to you and your guests. These ladies play a tight, high-energy, rockin’ show.  Are you ready for the Flock of Seagirls?  Book the Flock ‘cuz they’ve got the beat!

Check out their Past Gigs to see where they’ve been. Check out their Upcoming Gigs page to see where they’re going…and be sure to like them on Facebook to receive info about upcoming gigs and other rad ’80s stuff!

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Stephanie – Lead Vocals

Stephanie is a singer with a purpose. She identified herself as a singer at a very young age and began her vocal training during her pre-teen years.  She has a certificate of completion in advanced vocal performance and a Bachelor of Arts degree in performing arts with a dance emphasis. She has performed in many shows and musical revues both locally and abroad.  She has performed with the Ohlone Chamber Singers in Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland. She has toured in various areas throughout Northern California with Soren  Bennick Productions, performing in shows that teach children about inclusion and the affects of cyber bullying. Stephanie has also  performed in over 3,000 shows since 2002 with Fire Pixie Entertainment. Stephanie joined the Flock of Seagirls as lead singer in late 2014 and has done an amazing job keeping the Flock fans dancing the night away!

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Katie – Guitar, Keytar & Vocals

Katie has had a penchant for being a silly idiot on stage since the age of 8, always inventing accents or other SNL-like shenanigans to get a cheap laugh.  After teaching herself guitar while grounded in high school, it was only natural to combine the two.  She began her antics with the Go-Go’s tribute band “Beauty and the Beat” (guitar, backup vocals), has made a guest appearance with “Femmebotz” (keys, guitar) and performs the occasional special event or wedding with “Fair Warning” (guitar, lead and backup vocals). Her favorite venue to play is Slim’s, “because [she] almost ran into that pole and fell off the stage.” Since she wasn’t very cool in the ‘80s, she’s having a blast pretending to be super cool, now,  with the Flock of Seagirls.

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Ruba Tuesday – Lead Guitar

Ruba Tuesday was a rebellious teenager.  After being sentenced to an entire summer indoors, she got a part-time job to get out of the house and bought a guitar to keep her sane while she spent time locked away.  A few years later, she joined San Francisco’s infamous, Barbee Killed Kenn, and was featured in numerous festivals, clubs, radio stations, publications, and compilation CDs and earned SF Weekly’s “Best Punk Band” award in 2000.  She joined Rip Off Records recording artists, the Zodiac Killers, in 2003 and recorded two albums, “Society’s Offenders” (2003) and “Radiation Beach” (2005).  They toured Europe together in 2003, 2005, and 2010 and played multiple events across the United States including Blackout Festival (Chicago) and Shakedown Festival (Las Vegas).  “Wantoned”, a song she co-wrote with her self-assembled band, Dead Vanity, was featured on Live 105’s local band spotlight.  Ruba Tuesday had shared the stage with 80’s stars including The Fixx, Dee Dee Ramone, Dramarama, The Rezillos (feat. Jo Callis of the Human League), and many more.  Ruba Tuesday joined Flock of Seagirls in 2013 on lead guitar and continues the legacy of an amazing era of music and entertainment.

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Jen – Bass

Jen has been rocking out in bands since 2000. She was the founding member of Santa Cruz punk band “Death Before Dishes” where she was the main songwriter, bass player, and lead vocalist. In 2004, she joined the band “Inspect Her Gadget” (later named “Goodbye Gadget”) and following that started the Go Go’s Tribute Band “Beauty and the Beat”. She has performed at many venues and events including the X-Games in LA, Warped Tour, “Beach Games” in Huntington Beach, Whiskey A-Go Go, San Jose Rock n’ Roll Marathon, Folsom Street Fair, Shoreline Amphitheater, Slims, Bottom Of the Hill, and many more. In addition to performing music she enjoys dancing, photography, camping, movies, snowboarding, and her lovely family.

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Go-Go – Keys & Keytar

Bred in the ‘Decade of Decadence’ Gogo has a long standing love affair with the 80s. She has performed since her youth, beginning with theater performances and classical piano recitals. Gogo finds the attitude, style and fashion of the ’80s simply irresistible and is excited to share this adoration with you! When she’s not on keys she’s busy making mix tapes, bedazzling her outfits and teasing her hair. Like, long live the 80s!

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Dana – Drums

Dana Parker is a diverse and accomplished percussionist who can readily shift between rock, pop, hip-hop, musical theater, and symphony orchestras, Dana Parker has been an in-demand, first-call musician for numerous Bay Area and international productions. Her credits include being a featured soloist for the Sirens Wind Ensemble at the National Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan, as well as performing for Foothill College Theatre, San Benito Stage Company, Ohlone College, and Harker Academy. Dana holds a Bachelors of Music in percussion performance from San Jose State University, and has studied under famed percussionist Galen Lemmon and Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame member Anthony Cirone. Currently, she works as a writer and administrator for Guitar Player and Bass Player magazines, and rocks a full drum kit at California clubs and festivals as a member of The Trouble With Monkeys, a punked-up tribute to the Monkees. And yet, even with a bevy of musical credits and a deep performance resume, Dana feels her greatest achievement is being a teacher for more than 15 years. She loves to inspire young players, and to encourage her students to become seriously involved with music in their communities. Dana is the newest addition to “The Flock,” and looks forward to dressing up and performing with these talented women.

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Pee-wee Herman – Flock Mascot

“There’s alotta things about me you don’t know anything about, Dottie. Things you wouldn’t understand. Things you couldn’t understand. Things you shouldn’t understand.”

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