Though Eric Shea doesn't have a guitar to hide behind while fronting the punk 'n' roll quartet Hot Lunch, he wields a couple of Rickenbackers in the Byrds-inspired bands Mover and Sweet Chariot. When he's not jingling and/or jangling, Shea loves modifying budget guitars, nerding-out on tube amps, and writing about music. He currently writes for Pandora, and has also written for iTunes and Rhapsody, as well as more tangible periodicals like Thrasher, The San Francisco Chronicle, Raygun, BAM, and enough alt weeklies to line the birdcages of Sir Elton John's estate. (Photo by Josie Ramondetta)
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