The Forty Nineteens are Garage Rock, Freakbeat, with a Motor City
powerplant and good time raucousness.

The band members learned their chops in North Hollywood's Palomino Club, while playing in the Cowpunk, Paisley Underground, and Alternative scenes. They regularly played with bands such as The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Thelonious Monster, Yo La Tengo, The Gun Club, Billy Bremner and countless others. It is in that tradition that The Forty Nineteens continue their freewheeling spirit. The band is from the West Coast, look for them on the road in the Midwest and Northeast.

 Little Steven's Underground Garage
's named "I'm Free" as a "COOLEST SONG IN THE WORLD" Also heard on over 200 college/commercial, national/international radio stations. The band regularly opens for artists such as: Robin Zander, The Fleshtones, Gin Blossoms, The Fixx, Wang Chung, and Oingo Boingo.



Produced/Engineered by David Newton Mastered by Paul du Gre' (X, Los Lobos, Bruce Springsteen)

Track One 'And Such and Such" already receiving airplay in Little Steven's Underground Garage shows 'Rodney Bingenheimer and Goldie's Garage w/ Genya Ravan.

Michael Des Barres:

"A new favorite of mine." "One Hell of a Rock n Roll Band!"

Rodney on the ROQ: 

"They sing about good times, I'd like to have a 383 Dodge Charger."

Trib Live's  Rege Behe talks with Nick about Pittsburgh now and then.

John with Wally Palmar of The Romantics and Mike Peters of The Alarm, Terri Nunn of Berlin
Nick with Clint Eastwood and Arch Hall Jr.
Nick is honored to be included in this comprehensive website
While you're in a Pgh state of mind, check out our backstory on the brilliant Electric Banana page

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