In 1991 two different bands shared a small stage and in 2006 the founding members of each band end up together in a project they like to call Emersom Biggins. Fused together in 2005 as a side project for Mark Stubby Staab and Todd Marquart of the rock/blues band the Nosmo Kings and Keith Long and Michael Ferg Ferguson of the original hard rock band Lowside they got started to build a Modern Rock cover band. In 2008, Ferg's home life called for him to move on up to Nashville, Tennessee, so the boys looked for a new bus driver. Turn the page to Mike Stafford who is one of the smoothest rhythm section drummers around. He took the throne and is laying down some tight skins and adding some backing vocals to the mix as well. The band set out to pick the songs and what they came up with was a list of powerful super-groups starting with Velvet Revolver, Audio Slave, Stone Temple Pilots, Nickelback, Foo Fighters and heading down the classic highway with The Rolling Stones, Queen, Aerosmith and Van Halen to name just a few. With Stafford on drums and Long laying down the basslines the bands foundation is solid. Todd on guitar is a treat to watch in itself and Stubby is a mean little bastard in the middle to keep it all buzzing like a vibrating bed in a $20 motel room. They have a good time and in turn the crowd has a good time and whole place turns into a party, quoted from one patron of a Emersom Biggins show. All and all this band will fill your void for great rock music youve sang along to on the way to your journey which is probably the bar. Well see ya there.