All Right Tokyo
Gig Seeker Pro

All Right Tokyo

Band Rock Pop


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



This band has no press


So American (2004)
Coverage vol. 1 (2004)
Coverage vol. 2 (2005)
Shallow (2005)
Blown EP (2006)



Sometimes, less is more.

It's hard to believe there are just two guys making all that noise, but it's true. Wearing their power-pop influences on their sleeves, ALL RIGHT TOKYO blends the wall-of-guitar sonic impact of Weezer with the musical craftiness of classic Cheap Trick. The lineup may look like the White Stripes, but guitarist Brandon Trenz and drummer Rick Browarski have more in common with Local H, using clever guitar modifications to deliver two distinct sounds--guitar and bass--from a single instrument. The result: big rock 'n roll that sounds like it should be coming from a band twice their size.

Longtime friends, Brandon and Rick formed ALL RIGHT TOKYO in 2002, and have been burning up stages ever since. In addition to their infectious original compositions, ALL RIGHT TOKYO has built a reputation as ingenious cover artists--from their inside-out version of KISS's "Beth" to their power-punk take on ELO's "Mr. Blue Sky" to their rockin' update of Detroit legend Toby Redd's "Can't Get a Job," you never know what musical rabbits these guys are going to pull out of their hat.