Kicking Harold

NEW ALBUM JANUARY 2015!! THE BIOGRAPHY Signed to a record deal at their first gig in 1994, Kicking Harold found themselves recording a debut album only a few months after their first jam in a dark Los Angeles rehearsal room. Formed "just for fun" by three transplanted friends from Tucson, the band was soon touring the US on the national radio success of popular songs like "Kill You", "Fred's New Dress" & "Down on You". The word spread quickly and their indie album "Ugly & Festering" was scooped up by MCA Records and re-released in 1996 with the band continuing to tour and enjoy airplay coast to coast. After the implosion of MCA records, Kicking Harold released two albums, "Return of the Bulb Men" (1997) and "Space Age Breakdown" (2002) on independent record labels with the single "Gasoline" from "Space Age Breakdown" being featured as the main theme for 4 seasons (2004-2008) on TLC's hit automobile make-over show Overhaulin'. ...show more

NEW ALBUM JANUARY 2015!! THE BIOGRAPHY Signed to a record deal at their first gig in 1994, Kicking Harold found themselves recording a debut album only a few months after their first jam in a dark Los Angeles rehearsal room. Formed "just for fun" by three transplanted friends from Tucson, the band was soon touring the US on the national radio success of popular songs like "Kill You", "Fred's New Dress" & "Down on You". The word spread quickly and their indie album "Ugly & Festering" was scooped up by MCA Records and re-released in 1996 with the band continuing to tour and enjoy airplay coast to coast. After the implosion of MCA records, Kicking Harold released two albums, "Return of the Bulb Men" (1997) and "Space Age Breakdown" (2002) on independent record labels with the single "Gasoline" from "Space Age Breakdown" being featured as the main theme for 4 seasons (2004-2008) on TLC's hit automobile make-over show Overhaulin'.

Fueled by over 1,000,000 views of it's music video on YouTube and the re-airing of Overhaulin' worldwide, "Gasoline" continued growing in popularity until founding member and singer-guitarist Tim David Kelly, who had put the band on ice to work full time as a song-writer and music producer (Shiny Toy Guns, Dokken), decided it was once again time to fire up Kicking Harold's engine and step on the gas. The 4th album, "Zombies, Cars & Evil Guitars" was released in 2010 with selected shows to follow in Los Angeles, Tucson, & Las Vegas. After recording and releasing albums with the bands "The Bloodshot Gamblers" (2011) & "Zombie Oil" (2013), TDK once again pulled the mighty KH has out of the garage to re-release "Return of The Bulbmen" in January of 2014 with new music, live shows and lots of other surprises to follow...Stay Tuned! THE DISCOGRAPHY • 2014: Return Of The Bulb Men Re-release (Ultradose Music) • 2011: Born To Be Wild Single (Ultradose Music) • 2010: Zombies, Cars & Evil Guitars (Mityma) • 2006: S.A.B.D Re-Release with bonus tracks (Mityma) • 2002: Space Age Breakdown (Mityma) • 1997: Return Of The Bulb Men (Headliner) • 1996: Ugly & Festering Re-release (MCA) • 1995: Ugly & Festering (Headliner) • 1994: EP (Self released demo) THE BAND TIM DAVID KELLY: Vocals/Guitars/Bass (1994-2014) BRET DOMROSE: Guitars/Vocals (2014) PETER BURKE: Drums/Vocals (2014) BRIAN ANDERSON: Bass/Vocals (1994-1997, 2010-2011) EDWARD SHEMANSKY: Drums/Vocals (1994-1998, 2010-2011) DANIEL TODD RAMSEY: Bass/Vocals (1997, 2002-2005) MICHAEL PHILLIPS KELLEY: Drums (2002-2005) SAM VARMA: Guitar/Vocals (1998) EDDIE PETRINA: Bass (1998). ...show less

Albums & Singles by Kicking Harold