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Bonehead Make a Booking Offer
With a focus on the greatest music of the 90s, Bonehead, featuring frontman Jayy Mannon, formerly of Familiar 48, looks forward to communicating with their audience on a personal level.

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BONEHEAD IS:

Jayy Mannon - Guitar, Lead Vocals, Drums
Jeff Camarco - Bass, Vocals
Kevin Hug - Guitar, Vocals
Daryl Updike - Drums


Bonehead was formed in 1994 by Stone Groove Productions as a Philadelphia area nightclub cover band. A trademark of the band was during sets a group of die hard Bonehead fans would do different pro wrestling gestures usually getting a response from Scott. By 1997, the band released an EP of original music, entitled "Bonehead". This EP was mainly available for purchase at the band's live performances & sold well enough to justify a follow-up effort. Their next release was a CD single for the song "I Know" in 1998 on Vulgar Entertainment; their first LP was 1999's Fade, also released on Vulgar.

After discovering that the name "Bonehead" was very similar to another band with national aspirations, the band changed names in 2000 to Familiar 48. Producer Don Gehman, expressing interest in the band's debut album, got them signed to Refuge Records, a subsidiary of MCA Records and produced their major-label debut, Wonderful Nothing. The album was released in April 2002, with the lead single "Learn to Love Again"; this song failed to chart, but a later single, "The Question", experienced minor chart success in the United States. Mannon broke the band up in 2003, and began recording songs in hopes of putting together a solo project, but this never materialized.

In 2005, Mannon announced a reformulation of the band under the old name, and the next year yielded a re-press of Fade with four extra bonus tracks. In 2007, Jayy Mannon announced that Bonehead would release a new album containing much of the work he wrote as a solo artist, entitled Broken and Glued. Since then Bonehead has remained primarily a regional draw, playing in the Philadelphia area mostly as a cover band. In 2011 Bonehead released its first new music in four years, a digital single entitled "Real".


Songlist:


3 DOORS DOWN - Kryptonite, Let Me Go, Not My Time

BAD COMPANY - Making Love

BETTER THEN EZRA - Desperately Wanting, Good

BILLY IDOL - Rebel Yell

BILLY JOEL - You May Be Right

BLUR - Song 2

BONEHEAD - On My Own

BUSH - Chemicals, Machinehead

CREED - Higher, My Sacrifice

EVE 6 - Inside Out

FINGER 11 - Paralyzer

FOO FIGHTERS - Everlong, Learn To Fly

FUEL - Bad Day, Shimmer, Sunburn

GEORGE MICHAEL - Faith

GIN BLOSSOMS - Hey Jealousy

GOO GOO DOLLS - Broadway, Slide

GREEN DAY - Basket Case, Long View

GUNS N ROSES - Used To Love Her

INXS - Don?t Change

JIMMY EAT WORLD - The Middle

KINGS OF LEON - Use Somebody

LIFEHOUSE - Hanging By A Moment, Take Me Away

LIT - My Own Worst Enemy

LIVE - I Alone, Lightning Crashes

MARY 3 - Cumbersome 7

MATCHBOX 20 - 3AM, How Far We've Come, Plush, Push, Real World, She's So Mean, Unwell

MODERN ENGLISH - Melt With You

NINE INCH NAILS - Closer

NIRVANA - In Bloom

O.A.R. - Shattered

ORGY - Blue Monday

PEARL JAM - Alive, Better Man, Black, Corduroy, Daughter, Elderly Woman, Last Kiss, Porch, Rear View Mirror, Yellow
Ledbetter

QUEEN - Crazy Little Thing Called Love

RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS - Under the Bridge

ROB THOMAS - This Is How A Heart Breaks

SEETHER - Remedy, Truth

SMASHING PUMPKINS - 1979, Bullet With Butterfly Wings

SNOW PATROL - Chasing Cars

SPONGE - Molly, Plowed

STONE SOUR - Through Glass

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS - Sex Type Thing, Vaseline

STRAY CATS - Rock This Town

THE CARS - Just What I Needed

THE CURE - In Between Days, Just Like Heaven

THE DOORS - Roadhouse

THE FRAY - How To Save A Life, Over My Head

THE KILLERS - When You Were Young

TOM PETTY - American Girl

TONIC - If You Could Only See

VAN HALEN - Really Got Me

VERTICAL HORIZON - You?re A God

WEEZER - Beverly Hills

ZZ TOP - Sharp Dressed Man