Bomb Shelter


Located at 720 Anderson, the house is affectionately referred to as the Bomb Shelter or simply 720. While this may seem like merely a nickname, the house does sport what seems like a genuine bomb shelter in the back yard.

A brief History of 720 Anderson:


On September 8th, 2005, Jack Rose and Marrisa Nadler's solo performances in the bomb shelter were broadcasted live over the KDVS airwaves. The backyard fallout shelter has hosted performances by Josephine Foster, Obo Martin, Nick Castro, Arrington de Dionyso, Scott Rosenberg, Jacopo Andrienni, Whysp, Pumice, The Finches, Sean Smith, Chad Stockdale, Patrick Ferris, Garrett Pierce, The Playboy Millionaires, Underground Underwater, amongst others. This unique, intimate, space filled with natural reverb is helping to put Davis on the national radar as an eccentric music scene. For bomb shelter show announcements, listen to KDVS radio. KDVS has a live recording of Josephine Foster playing in the bomb shelter.


(above picture is taken from [WWW]Garrett Pierce's site; photo by gonzalo)


For a list of current residents, go to the 720 page.

StevenDaubert Says that 720 isn't the only house in Davis to have a bomb shelter, there is another house just down the road that has one as well.

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