Greg Lisher started his career as a musician when he joined the band Camper Van Beethoven to play guitar in 1985. Considered by many to be among the grandfathers of the independent music scene, Camper's music has often been described as a mash of eastern influenced folk, rock, country, ska and punk. Camper embarked on a prolific career releasing many records and touring extensively across the U.S and europe before breaking up in 1990. The band reformed in 2002. Their most recent release, El Camino Real was released in 2014.
In 1987 the band Monks of Doom was formed. A Camper Van Beethoven spinoff, the band featured Greg Lisher on guitar, Victor Krummenacher on bass, David Immergluck on guitar and Chris Pederson on drums. The Monks, playing a mix of loud progressive and experimental guitar based rock, released four records and broke up in 1993. They band reformed in 2002 and have since played numerous shows and released two records, What's Left For Kicks in 2006 and The Brontë Pin 2018.
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