At the beginning of the 60’s in Tacoma (Washington), Parypa brothers Andy (bassist) and Lary (guitarist), fans of bands such as The Wailers, The Roamers, Chuck Berry or James Brown, form the band called The Sonics. In 1963 the band is consolidated with the singer Gerry Rolie, the drummer Bob Bennet and the saxophonist Rob Lind and the history of the garage and punk’ s godparents starts. The Wailers’ bassist selects them for his label Etiquette Records and they record their first singles “The Witch” and “Psycho”, getting an incredible success with dirty and saturated guitars. The first LP “Here Are The Sonic” arrives in 1965 and the same year they record “Merry Christmas”. In 1966 they release “Sonics Boom” and a bit after they work for Jerden Records and record “Introducing The Sonics” (1966), an album that did not convince the band for its too clean sound. Little by little the members of the band started to leave the group until the band’s split up. More than forty years after, The Sonics, the creators of a sound style, they come back to the stages with three of their original members, Gerry Loslie, Larry Parypa and Rob Lind. Last year, it was reedited the live album “Busy Body!!! Live In Tacoma 1964”.