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No singer as of yet, because, you know... Singers are usually a bunch of divas and drama queens. If you want to try out for the spot, send us a message! BEING IN PERSON IS NOT A REQUIREMENT! Thats the beauty of emailing parts... You can write your own lyrics, or try tackling some that may be already written.
Sir Pierre Drummah and Guy Tarre`(pronounced GEE- TARRAH) went to school together and weren't aware of it for years despite their common interests. It was more of the interests they DIDN'T share that kept them apart. Pierre was more into drumming on anything he could find, but Guy Tarre` was more interested in watching self help videos and Spinal Tap movies.
Low Down Kitty came into the picture shortly before the band officially formed. Invited by a mutual friend to Bingo night at the local fire hall, Sir Pierre and Guy were intrigued by the fact that nobody knew his REAL name. All anyone ever called him was "Kitty". Once the boys found out he played bass, the "Low Down" part was added as a joke, believe it or not.
The band started throwing ideas around after a couple of their other projects fell through. Sir Pierre and Guy were in other bands for fun, mostly internet collaborations, but they were looking for something where the distance didn't hinder the logistics.
Low Down Kitty never played in a band before, but was usually seen sneaking into symphony halls. He would drink his dad's liquor to muster up the courage to try to steal his lotto tickets. If they were winners, he would save the money to go to the symphony.