Jay Allen Sanford 9:45 p.m., May 19
Scott Samuels: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric), Vocals | Kathleen “Kitten” Johnson: Vocals | Sean Siever: Bass guitar | Dave Farmer: Bass guitar | Franc Alonso: Drums | Andrew Bissessar: Keyboards
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Inception: San Diego, 1995
Kitten’s Pharmacy formed in 1995, founded by singer Kathleen “Kitten” Johnson. The group shared members with an earlier band called Pharmacy, which also included bassist Sean McAnally (aka Sean Siever), Scott Samuels, and Nick Peters.
Kitten’s Pharmacy included Johnson, Scott Samuels, Dave Farmer, Franc Alonso, and Andrew Bissessar.
The band released one album, Recommended By Doctors, with songs composed by Scott Samuels, who also co-produced it with Andy Machin at Big Rock Studios (then Bedrock Studios), and Samuels’ own record label Premonition.
The band split in 1999. Singer/guitarist Scott Samuels went on to join Roxy Monoxide and A.M. Forever, bassist Dave Farmer joined Roxy Monoxide, while singer Johnson formed a new version of Pharmacy, a band later joined by original Pharmacist Sean Siever (who quit in late 2010).