Frank and Dave came out of Burlington, Vermont in the 80’s as a band called “The Cuts”.  They later went on to form “Penny” and toured around the New York City music scene for most of the 90’s.  Penny was featured on the soundtrack for the motion picture “Novocaine” starring Steve Martin, Laura Dern and Kevin Bacon (six degrees of…).


Steve and Chris arose from the Danbury alternative music movement of the late 80’s and early 90’s as the band “Stubb”.  After some praise from publications such as “Maximum Rock and Roll” and “Punk Planet” the band played around New England and disbanded.


Joe, our human jukebox, came to us from the dog-eat-dog world of New York City bar bands. He cut his teeth in the cover band “Free for All” through the 80’s and in the 90’s played with Queens, NY-based critics darlings “A Confederacy of Dunces”. From his marathon nights playing smoke-filled bars in the city, you can pretty much call out a song and Joe knows it! 

We’ve seen a hundred faces, and we’ve rocked them all!  All of our feet have been on stage at CBGB’s.  So what are five slighty used musicians to do?  They start a new band playing tunes you wouldn’t normally hear from your typical cover bands.

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