May 4th Festival Show

It's not Coachella, but your chance to see Nixon's Head play outside in daylight arrives Sunday, May 4, at the Narberth Music & Arts Fest, in Narberth, PA. The Head will go on at 4:00 pm. Bring the family, maybe even the pets.

The Knife & Fork Band Take Brooklyn, May 10th

On Saturday, May 10, The Knife & Fork Band will travel to Brooklyn to join The Sonic Power Pops at Freddy's Bar, 627 5th Ave in Brooklyn. Show starts at the old man-friendly time of 8:00 pm. The KFB goes first, the SPPs go second, and then we will be followed by the modish masters of 1960s French pop, Les Sans Culottes. Tell your friends. We hope to see you!

Nixon's Head vs The Donuts!

MOd! vs POW! vs POW

It's a Nixon's Head album! No, it's a Donuts album! Actually, it's both: a double-CD containing full-length albums of new material by each band. Operators are standing by for your order here! Also available through CD Baby, Kool Kat, eMusic, and iTunes.

Hear new songs from Nixon's Head and The Donuts here!

Everybody Wins!

The March 20th record release showdown for Nixon's Head and The Donuts at the Boot & Saddle was a smash! The house was packed. The joint was rockin'. Much ass was kicked. Thanks to all of you who made it out or otherwise supported the show, including fine write-ups here, here, and here.

 

What Do Punks Do on Holiday?

Click Nashville safety pin postcard or click here to find out.

Fanboy Video for "Paul Rudd"

Land O Rudd

A suspected Nixon's Head intimate has set "Paul Rudd," a leaked track from the band's March 2014 release, MOd!, to adorable stills of the actor and his fans. Click Land O Rudd image or watch video here.

Nixon's Head Alumni Weekend

Full-Tilt Head at 50

In mid-October, almost anyone who's played in Nixon's Head traveled from all points in the US for a surprise bash for the four current members born in 1963. Covered in depth on the Nixon's Head Facebook page...

RIP Jim McMahon

Jim McMahon

Our friend and Nixon's Head guitarist Jim McMahon passed on October 8, 2013. We hope the following "24-string salute" and link to one of the final recordings Jim did with the band does some justice to the man. Read more...

Questions? Treats?

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