Red Asphalt

Profile:
Red Asphalt was a San Francisco, California musical group, formed in 1978 and dissolved in 1982.
Their first live performance took place at SF’s famous Deaf Club. They performed at venues such as Mabuhay Gardens, Sound of Music, On Broadway, Le Disque, The I-Beam, Elite Club and others.
They released a 7′′ EP on Egg and Anvil in 1981.
The longest-lived and most-beloved lineup was:
Ron Hanik – guitar
Ted Johnson – drums
Scott Davey – synthesizers
Trina James – vocals
Bruno DeMartis – bass
Besides the above, Megan Mitchell sang with the band (she’s heard on the EP), and Andy Anders and LX Rudis played bass.
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Singles & EPs

E&A 001 Red Asphalt - Red Asphalt album art Red Asphalt Red Asphalt(7", EP) Egg And Anvil E&A 001 US 1981 Sell This Version

Compilations

Egg & Anvil 111 Red Asphalt - UnReleased album art Red Asphalt UnReleased(CDr, Comp) Egg And Anvil Egg & Anvil 111 US 2008 Sell This Version
#18, none Red Asphalt - Red Asphalt album art Red Asphalt Red Asphalt(LP, Comp) Synthetic Shadows, Rave Up Records #18, none Italy 2014 Sell This Version