In 2008 vocalist/songwriter Bruce Ferguson and Guitarist Producer songwriter (future member of Acid), Bobby Kennedy started writing and recording songs together for a project that would evolve into the formation of The Easy Outs ,The duo got to work writing , recording in late 2008 and finished in early 2009. Six months in the making, with released on Main Man Records in June of 2009, The Easy Outs debut features the single "I Walk Alone" as well as other standout tracks like "Look Away", "Get Some", "Ego Trip" and “Sweet Revenge “ Bobby had gone on to other musical projects, It was Bruce Ferguson’s turn to carry the torch of The Easy Outs ,the story continues..
In 2010 Bruce received a five song demo from Gar Francis of Bongo Boy Records. Gar suggested to pick one song and record it. The New Jersey rockers did. The single "Come On, Come On" was the one Bruce decided to record. Released in 2010 on Bongo Boy Records The single hit the jackpot within a month as it was placed on NASCAR TV show on ESPN. With its classic garage sound, it appealed to a lot of fans. The single did very well on Radio and reviews like this by International music reviewer Bobby Gottesman said: "Come On, Come On" is up there on my list of coolest songs I have heard lately.
"Band members have come and gone, but in 2013, the current lineup Bruce Ferguson Lead Vocals,Steve DeVito Lead Guitar,Mikey D Guitar,John DiVuolo Bass,Ken Stevens Drums was a keeper, these guys are so good" Ferguson said. Steve and Mike bring these riffs in and John and Kenny run with it. John and Kenny play on three new tracks for
the new album.
"Desolate Row" Will be released in the fall of 2015. It will be street rock at its best. The album also features guest Kurt Reil of The Grip Weeds on Drums whom is producing the album at the House of Vibes in Highland Park, NJ. Plus another ex Secret Syde and new Grip Weed Bassist, Dave Desantis who plays on half of the album along with ex Secret Syde drummer Rob Angello. Kenny Aaronson (Joan Jett, New York Dolls, Derringer) is playing on a few of tracks too. Ferguson says: "Rock N Roll needs to get back to its roots and The Easy Outs and this new album will make that happen".