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Rock the Cause: Sugarcult to Perform a Speial Holiday Show Benefitting Toys For Tots

December 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Daily Music News, Rock the Cause

Sugarcult return to Anaheim, CA for their annual Christmas show at the House of Blues on Thursday, December 17th.

Sugarcult headline with support from Call the Cops (winner’s of Myspace’s “Rock the Space” competition, beating out 18,000 other bands), Prima Donna (recently completed month-long tour with Green Day in Europe) and Venus Infers (winners of three 2009 OC Music Awards, picking up the victory as – best indie, best alternative and best album).

Fans are encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy to the Toys For Tots booth at the show. The toys will be given to children in need for the holidays.

TICKETS for the Christmas show are now on sale at and for $20. All ages, show starts at 7pm.

Tim Pagnotta of Sugarcult

July 1, 2004 by  
Filed under Interviews

sc2 Sugarcult front man Tim Pagnotta talks to TWRY about their new album Palm Trees & Power Lines, the WARPED tour, and everybody’s favorite interview subject- lesbians!

Popping head first out of the womb of sunny Santa Barbara, Sugarcult has been rocking out for about five years now. Their first record “Start Static” started them on a whirlwind road trip that lasted over two years. While their energy is evident on the cd, nothing matches their live performance. The more they play live, the more fans they collect, and I’m guessing they have quite a collection. They recently released their follow up cd “Palm Trees & Power Lines” and the single “Memory” can be heard on radio everywhere and the video isn’t hard to find either. The CD is a continuation of their sound but with some deeper vibes, darker lyrics, and a new drummer. The cd seems to be a somewhat biographical account of the band’s past few years on the road and living the lifestyle that it takes to be as dedicated to your craft as they seem to be – holding on to things you love or love to hate, missing the things that move you and make you move, and letting go to the loves in our lives that hurt us most. They are currently gearing up for a few months on the main stage of the WARPED tour and lead singer/guitarist/songwriter extraordinaire Tim Pagnotta was cool enough to answer some questions for me…

Interviewed by: Mary Ouellette | July 2004
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