The Sand Rubies evolved from a band called the Sidewinders, the name change coming about because of legal issues. The band recorded one self-titled album in 1993 but broke up as a steady stream of frustrations caused by record-label buyouts took its toll on principle members Rich Hopkins and David Slutes.
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