The Geraldine Fibbers was the bluesy, grungey, country tinged vehicle of singer/songwriter Carla Bozulich, a longtime veteran of the Southern California post-punk scene who previously tenured in Ethyl Meatplow and Neon Vein. After the former’s 1993 breakup, Bozulich formed the Fibbers with guitarist Daniel Keenan, bassist William Tutton, violinist Jessy Greene, and drummer Kevin Fitzgerald, debuting the following year on the Sympathy For The Record Industry label with the EP get thee gone. After signing to Virgin, the group issued 1995’s acclaimed Lost Somewhere Between the Earth and My Home; Butch, a more angular noise-rock-oriented effort thanks to the influence of new guitarist Nels Cline, followed in 1997.

Edited by mcld on 11 Nov 2007, 11:37

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