To come up with a full bio would take a lifetime between the five members this raw junk-ass band from flyover country. So let's do the short version. Troy Bennett, hails from Hop Bottom, Pa. Look for it on the map. It's a fly speck to the east. He sings lead, plays a guitar and occasionally strums it in fashion if you promise him chocolate. Don Rush, is a Zanesville, OH. original. He has never been fooled into voting Republican, sings if you kick him real hard and fashionably strums a guitar as well. One day after a long and winding trip, Troy's bus crashed metaphorically into Zanesville. There he and Don met and immediately began writing. After a few years and some odd situations. They bumped into a cat named Mike. Mike King, comes from Shoreline, WA (A.K.A. somewhere outside of Seattle). But he is originally from his Mother. He can set a metronome, make odd body noises and play the drums a little when his aim is on. Now, when Don and Troy caught Mike in motion they thought it was hot and felt it would fit their agenda nicely. They asked him to rattle off some beats to their stuff and it progressed from there. Four to five months in, they found the bass thunder from another local musician, Dave Sherfy. Dave has been a part of the local music scene for a while. He can play like a circus show gone to hell. He can also turn an AM radio into a Marshall stack! Bass in place, the group recorded an album and cranked out some shows around town. While cranking around town, they came across the guitar talent of Kyle Campbell. Kyle plays anything with a string on it. He also eats cereal equipped with marshmallow guitars. With his presence came the final piece to what's being called, "Citizens Brigade". By circumstances beyond their control they've settled in a town where state route 666 ends and the people call their kids Blue Devils. May God and any critics have mercy on their souls!!