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VOCALS - Paul Morrison
GUITAR - Mike 'Mojo' Cernoy
GUITAR - Garry Nelson
BASS GUITAR - Trevor Carmichael
DRUMS - Matt Harris


70's 80's 90's Rock Covers and so on


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Kranknstein Band imageWhats On Central Coast Logo Button image KRANKN'STEIN:
So what about Krankn'stein?

Krankn'stein are 5 dudes from the Central Coast of NSW playing rock cover songs that would please any well worn pair of discerning ears.

Played loud and proud!!!

Krankn'stein are made up of seasoned local musos who have been there- done that, twice, but keep doing it anyway!

If the love of rock, dancing to rock, listening to rock or just having a brilliant night out with fantastic music brings out the monster in you, then Krankn'stein is the thing!

Monstrous talents, monstrous entertainment and monstrous but not too bad looking, sums up this band.

Can your venue or event afford NOT to book this band?
It's ALIIIIIVVVVEEEEE - and rockin' well!

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KranKnstein - whatsoncentralcoast imageWhats On Central Coast Logo Button image KRANKN'STEIN - JACKS BAR ERINA:
Whats On's David 'Krusty' Underwood went down to catch up with some old friends playing together under the banner of Krankn'stein at Jacks Bar in Erina.

He was initially hit with the memories of wonderful days gone by when real bands were playing at most local venues every week end.

Bands such as The Button Mushie's, The Pulse, Flying without a Net, Spruce Goose, Damaged Goods and a few more were almost household names and most venues enjoyed a full house every gig.

There are a few, (possibly called theses days), BIG BANDS, doing the circuit and they are doing well. If this is the trend then KRANKN'STEIN will be one of the favourites. Rock music and it's fans haven't died - there is a great calling for it still and these guys along with a few other local bands are giving ardent fans just what they want.

If you love rock (not the geological ones) and long for the good ol' days catch a Krankn'stein Gig - you wont be disappointed.

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An extensive knowledge and a love of the area plus a genuine interest to promote all it has to offer is what sets Whats On Central Coast apart from the others.

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