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A long time ago, when bread tasted better and senior citizens were feared, a thriving hobo-voodoo culture emerged from the shadows of humid warehouses in New Orleans...and south San Jose.
After several brushes with death, including an incident involving waffle fries & and the Happy Hollow Petting Zoo, Jeerad focused his priorities on songwriting and poor hygiene.
Ultimately, he teamed up with multi-instrumentalist/voodoo fundamentalist Fernando and Jazmin Lopez from the tropical tundra of Mexico to collaborate on a musical project that seemed as impossible as a sequel to "Titanic". Together, they drew influences from the abundant population of local hobos and unlicensed voodoo priests that permeate the South Side of San Jose...