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The Bay Area band the Boneless Children Foundation makes energetic pop with glam rock melodies, raw vocals, and crunchy guitars. Their album, Stars for Anyone, mixes the classic punk style of Richard Hell and the Voidoids with the erratic liveliness of the Unicorns. The band also infuses their songs like "Carl Sagan" and "People Care About Their Cars," with a healthy sense of humor. Their website also includes a Boneless Children Foundation Web comic.

Singer and guitarist David Sophia Siegel formed the Boneless Children Foundation in 2003 as a quartet while working with music for theatre and small film projects. After a short break and the addition of new members (Jonathan Kepke on bass and J. Logan Barrier on drums), the band has embarked on a national radio campaign with their 2007 debut full length CD. They're currently planning a West Coast Tour and another album.

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