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Diablo Sammich was established in 2017 in Sioux Falls, SD. Requiring more surveillance than other bands, Sammich is on it's 6th version. The Sammich boys became the first crime family to be recoginized officially by the Music Police.
While the band generally adheres to the rules of Rock and Roll, the boys show typical renegade behavior. Last year Stuck was arrested for breaking into 'Copacabana' by Barry Manilow. He posted bond in time to finish the show.
Klenk appears to be the most dangerous member as he was part of the 'Kiss Army' in his teen years and has a significant amount of Kiss memorabilia.
Eichinger has a detailed history available on his facebook page; his father tried to keep Ike away from the wrong path to no avail. The boy had to hide his first guitar at grandmas house to learn.
Vanderlinde may have the longest record in the bunch. Starting with 'Rox' in the seventies, he was rewarded with a South Dakota HOF induction in 2020.
The Sammich boys can be caught covering 'Cat Scratch Fever', 'Bad to the Bone', 'Slither', 'Bad Religion', 'Awake', 'Come Together', 'Rocky Mountain Way'.
Ordeal, Prowler, The Sonix, One in Spirit, Rockhouse, Hear Kitty Kitty, Stone Shattered City, Luc Michael Band, Dammit Jim
Stuck plays drums and has an endorsement with Soultone Cymbals as well as Dirt Bag Clothing.
Stuck began drumming at age 8 and by 14 had swindled his grandmother into co-signing for his first set of drums. Apparently playing in a Church band in the 9th grade didn't rub off on him as he fell down the path into Rock and Roll the following year. As most local villains, Stuck snuck into the Pomp Room while underage to watch other drummers. He then fell prey to the 80's hair band influence.
Robert Sweet, Eric Carr, Tommy Lee, Jeff Koller, Jeff Keller, Terry Bence
AKA Voodoo Priest/Zaxx/Lick A Lot/Doctor
Tragedy (Mlps), Warning (Mpls), Trampled (Mpls), Diablo Sammich
Klenk plays bass along with lead and rhythm guitar. He sports a collection of guns including a Strat, Les Paul, ESP LTD George Lynch, Music Man, and G&L. He strums D'Addario NYXL String Lights with Seymour Jazz picks.
Klenk alludes his criminal background came from the streets of Harrisburg. This detective will seek further information from Klenk's past work in the cities.
Klenk follows the influence of Page, Hendrix, Vai, Lee, and Vaughn.
Forced Entry, Jim Eichinger Group, Iron Ike, Black Gun, China White
Ike has been seen playing a Jackson Soloist and a Gibson Flying V through Marshall amps.
Eichinger began his career with 2 years of classical guitar training. He then had vocal lessons with David Reece (Accept) and shred lessons with Todd Duane Salmonson (Shrapnel Records). It appears the family influence will be passed along to Ike's daughter, Sydney Elaine Eichinger, now attending Berklee College of Music.
Eichinger has a long list of influences including Michael Schenker, Gary Moore, Uli roth, Alex Lifeson, Robin Trower, Eddie VanHalen, Ted Nugent, Robert Plant, Joe Lynn Turner, Ronnie James Dio Jim Morrison, and Waylon Jennings.
AKA 'The Professor'
Rox, Surfin' Safari, Redemption Road
The Professor plays a Fender Precision bass.
Vanderline's record is long. Beginning in the seventies with Rox, Vanderlinde became a member of the SD Rock and Roll HOF. Currently, he covers for a sixties tribute band to 'cover his tracks'.
Tom Pteey, Aerosmith, AC/DC, Beatles, Nirvana, Soundgarden.
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