Robert was bummed that Zombi was unable to play this show.
Nonagon is a three-piece punk rock band that was formed in the early oughts and practices in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. Tell me more...
A Show Report by John H.
We had our second-ever show last week and it was a vast improvement over the first.
In fact, if they keep getting better at this expediential rate, our fourth show is sure to involve opening for a reunited Fugazi at a reopened Lounge Ax with sound by Bob Weston, posters by Jay Ryan, and the rapt attention (and wild applause) of everybody in the room...
The band currently known as Nonagon finally had its first performance for relative strangers.
It was a bit surreal.
We played a cookout in Libertyville that was hosted by a coworker of Tony's.
When we got there we thought there was NO WAY we were actually going to be allowed to play:
The suburban yard was filled with kids and neighbors from the ages of 3 to about 75 and we were to set up on an outdoor patio facing a park in a very suburban, family-oriented neighborhood.
Hello Friends and Family!
How many Tuesday evenings have found you channel-surfing aimlessly as you wait for an opportunity to fall into your lap.
A lot, right?
Well, we’re here to offer just that opportunity.
NONAGON (known to bill collectors and Homeland Security as Tony Aimone, Robert Gomez, John Hastie) will be noising-up SUBTERRANEAN with two great bands this upcoming Tuesday…
We are genuinely excited to be playing with these folks and hope you’ll make the quick trip down to hang out and maybe bob your head to a song or three.