Rod Moody - Vocals, Guitar
Andy Hoggarth - Guitar, Vocals
Brad Jackman - Bass
Tom Hendrickson - Drums, Vocals
The Fuzz formed in 1998 after Andy, Brad and Tom all left their previous band - which Rod named - and contacted him about starting a new one. It was an interesting mix of fellas; Rod had fronted Sub Pop grunge pioneers Swallow in the late '80s, Brad was in SoCal punk legend Rikk Agnew's Yard Sale, Tom was in Bam Bam and Runaway Trains, and Andy played mainly country. Their tunes, a mix of gritty, Stonesy rock, punk and a bit of twang worked, though and they were off and running until 2001 when Rod moved to the East Coast. He returned in 2005 and the band promptly picked up where they left off - but with better songs. Their most recent CD, "Fun Forest" features slices of ferocious punk, shards of psychobilly, strong doses of straight-up rawk and glimpses of melodic pop. Their no-nonsense, electrifying live shows have quickly become the talk o' the town, and they've supported Agent Orange, Paul Collins Beat and Gary Myrick & the Figures, among many others. New songs recorded and mixed in March 2015, with release to come in the next few months. They are the Fuzz. Don't be left behind.