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The Ferocious Few / Bio

Four years ago, two very young men set down a cheap low wattage amp and a cardboard drum kit
at the corner at 16th & Mission in San Francisco, and unleashed a sound that tore down the streets,
bent over the hills, ran with the cables underneath the surface of the road and horrified the minds
of anyone who heard it. They were called The Ferocious Few and the sound they had made
would soon become a living legend, woven into the tapestry of San Francisco as much as the fog
horns of the Golden Gate bridge or the trams rattling up and down the town.
Their name was simple and descriptive, they WERE Ferocious and they were few. In fact they
were just two: Francisco Fernandez: a half crazed and vicious human being, raised by the
carnival-esque cast of a moving theatre company and fired from every job he had ever been given,
and Daniel Aguilar: a sensitive soul who disguised this aspect of himself by playing drums as
if he was glued to his stool and his underwear filled with flesh eating ants. When the two took to
the streets again, lightning struck them metaphorically, literally and figuratively; Fernandez’ amp
blew apart, and, at that moment, he became the living embodiment of American traditional musical
history, as relayed by an angry robot staring at the ruins of a digital city. The people came in
droves, and pretty soon the police were hunting them down for creating a sizable disturbance, but
The Few didn’t care, they were outlaws of love and the sonic boom. Quickly signed up by Birdman
Records, their stunning debut album, ‘Juices’.was released on April 13th, with live shows to
follow. ..

General Info

Band Members
Francisco Fernandez- Guitars/Vocals
Artist Name
The Ferocious Few
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Contact Info

San Francisco, CA