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SNOT - L to R, Jamie Miller, Mikey Doling, Sonny Mayo,  John "Tumor" Fahnestock, and Tommy Vext

Robert LeBlanc

SNOT - L to R, Jamie Miller, Mikey Doling, Sonny Mayo, John "Tumor" Fahnestock, and Tommy Vext


SNOT Is Back

Santa Barbara’s Legendary Rock Group Returns to the Stage After 10 Year Hiatus


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SNOT at Velvet Jones, Wednesday, August 20 
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SNOT at Velvet Jones, Wednesday, August 20 (Video is very long, so please be patient as QuickTime loads). Watch »

Legendary Santa Barbara hard rock group SNOT disbanded 10 years ago when its lead singer, Lynn Strait, was killed in a car accident on Highway 101 near La Conchita. But the band recently regrouped with new frontman Tommy Vext and on Wednesday, August 20, the band played its first live show at Velvet Jones in downtown Santa Barbara. The show was jam-packed and intense, a sign of much more SNOT to come. Here’s a video from the reformed band’s debut.

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