SAN PEDRO POP ROCK GROUP TAKES ITS FIRST CRACK AT MUSIC CAREERS BY LAUNCHING A SIX WEEK-LONG TOUR AT BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS ACROSS CALIFORNIA AND OREGON: THE SAN PEDRO BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB IS WHERE THE SEED BLOSSOMED FOR THE GROUP CALLED “LAST DAY OFF” WHICH WANTED TO GIVE BACK TO THE ORGANIZATION THAT HELPED CREATE IT
|Last Day Off musicians from left to right: Thaddeus Sundin, 15, Wolf Bradley, 17, Anderw Macatrao, 18, and Jonathan Barron, 20|
“I really think the club helped the break Wolf out of his shell,” said Tony Tripp, the San
Pedro club’s director of operations. “ His mom had him in a lot of ballet/ theater
type of activities and the club introduced Wolf to music and film. He also made some
connections with other teens that he never would have been exposed to. This is why
I like to get kids from all walks of life.
“ Wolf was well off, has a "stable" family life yet he benefited greatly from his
exposure at our facility.”
met accidentally at a party in Oregon where his aunt lives and runs a dance studio. Wolf’s family vacations there every summer, performing and dancing, and take Andrew along.
Thaddeus, who was homeschooled and also danced, has just picked up the guitar a year ago, but had not plans to join a band.