Rippin is an American rock band originally formed in 1997. The band was formed by former PuzzleView members Jeff Rippin, Paul Dorato and Jerry Heeschen. Rippin released their first self-titled CD in 1998. The song, Anytime Anywhere, received some national commercial airplay. Rippin then released a second CD in 2001, titled Rippin II. On their second release, In The Shadows, Heartburn and Honey, also received national airplay rotation. Bassist Jerry Heeschen was at a karaoke bar and heard Dave Muhoberac singing. Muhoberac was invited to sit in on a few songs and soon after became the lead vocalist. Rippin then recorded a third CD, Can't Get Over It. Again, the band received national commercial airplay with songs, Road Rage, and Johnny. These first three albums were all recorded either in a basement or a garage. In an attempt to gain more attention, the band started to record the fourth album as a higher quality, three-song demo. During the recording, drummer Paul Dorato started having serious health issues. At this point, the band brought in long-time friend, John Castignani, to take over. This short demo was recorded in TikiTown Studios, produced by Scott Mathews. This demo helped the band finally land a deal being signed to Tate Music Group's label. Rippin is excited to share their music--hope you enjoy!