Taken from the SF Bay Guardian

The Mr. T Experience, formed in 1986, has been one of the Bay Area's Most Likely to Succeed punk-pop bands for a long, long time. The frolicsome lyrics about girls, girlfriends, and relationships with girls that singer Dr. Frank spouts out over bouncy, choppy, fuzzed-up guitars and an airtight rhythm section are teen-dreamy enough to make multiplatinum records. So why are Green Day and Rancid the only punks raking in all the cash? At the Great American Music Hall tonight, Lookout! Records welcomes home their darlings as they wrap up an extensive North American tour. The Hi-Fives, another Cute Band Alert band, bring their Merseybeat-on-meth to the party. Tell your mom you're staying out late, throw your bra onstage, and give the Mr. T Experience the props they've been waiting for. The Odd Numbers open.

Mr. T Experience singer/guitarist Dr. Frank will release his first solo album in April. A bevy of guests join the veteran pop-punker on Show Business Is My Life; among them is Queers leader Joe King, who sings on one track. A Lookout Records spokeswoman said the album is intended to highlight Dr. Frank's songwriting skills.