T.S.O.L. Play For Pennywise

Seminal Los Angeles punk bands T.S.O.L., the Crowd and the

Adolescents played in an L.A. club Tuesday to celebrate the release

of a new album by latter-day Southern California punks Pennywise.

Though all the members of Pennywise, whose Straight Ahead came

out Tuesday (June 8) attended the party at the Key Club, the band did

not take the stage. The previous night, while Pennywise were appearing

on the live call-in advice show "Loveline," on Los Angeles radio station

KROQ-FM, guitarist Fletcher Dragge threatened the lives of hosts

Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew Pinsky. During Pennywise's previous appearance

on the program, in 1997, Dragge reportedly vomited on Pinsky.