Anyone can play guitar - Radiohead
Hey ho, lets go - The Ramones
Remember the feeling that you got the first time you heard Henry Rollins screaming out the lyrics to Rise Above? The first time you realized that if The Ramones could strap on guitars and take on the world, then anyone could? Responsible Johnny does.
Tired of the crap coming out of the radio, Responsible Johnny is reaching back to the past, when three chords were all you needed and being punk wasn't defined by the style of your Hot Topic studded wristbands, it was defined by the chip on your shoulder and what was in your soul. And they plan to keep those values alive until they get a major label deal, a coke habit, stripper wives, and a pony.
(rob) (Guitar and Vocals):
Musician from birth. Elementary school recorder prodigy. Picked up guitar in high school. Saved from a life of hair metal by a well intentioned friend with a Ramones compilation tape. So punk that he craps safety pins. Damn the man. Save the Empire.
coy vd (Guitar):
the man of mystery is back in the band for a second time, and there are still no details to even prove his existence other than photos from shows of someone that may or may not be him on guitar - i believe he uses a stand-in to conceal his true whereabouts from the illuminati…
so we're getting ready for rehearsal one night and talking about how we need to find a bass player. we go outside for a smoke and when we come back inside we find a shadowy figure sitting on a bass amp running through black flag songs. he didn't say how he got in. we didn't want to know. i guess he's our bass player, 'cause i'll be damned if i'm gonna be the one to tell him to leave.
he's from the north, but we forgive him. ex-member of the absolutely brutal band kyle - you don't hear bagpipes enough in modern punk - he's moved down to dfw to woo women and make the rest of the band look pretty by comparison. so far he's achieved half of that goal.
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