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L.A. punk band Emmer Effer releases Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master

Written By | Sep 30, 2015

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30, 2015 — Los Angeles-based punk band Emmer Effer has released its ode to Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw. A day after the Dodgers clinched the National League West, Emmer Effer released a single titled “Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master,” via Felony Records.

The song is streaming exclusively from the New Noise Magazine site.

You can purchase the song to download from the Felony Records Bandcamp page. The band says that a portion of the proceeds from sales of the song will be donated to Clayton Kershaw’s charity, Kershaw’s Challenge.

Emmer Effer formed in Los Angeles in 2012 and released an EP called “Dead Men Tell No Lies” on its own Emmer Effer Records label in 2014. “Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master” is its first release on Felony Records. Emmer Effer expects to release an EP, also slated to be released on Felony Records, later in the year.

James Ryan

James P. Ryan was born and raised in Los Angeles and graduated from the University of Southern California in 2001 with a B.A. in Theater. He has worked off and on in the Television and Commercial Production Industry since he was 18 years old. He is both an actor and a writer. Currently, he is the co-host on his Army of Dorkness podcast. He is also an avid home brewer and he has many leather-bound books.