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A Brief History of the Band
Dictated (but not read) by Professor Millican

 

Dirty Sanchez and the Rusty Trombones have been a sky rocket sensation since their first late night jam sessions in the cold mountain air of the Sierra Nevada. Although originally trained in the classical hootenanny style of the late 40's, they eventually branched out into other genres, including, but not limited to: butt-rock, blue grass infused hip-hop/gansta rap, dance metal, punk, the classic rock ballad, rock, alternative, soul, prog rock, and just plain craptacular pop.

Conceived in a late Friday night stupor at the Strawberry Inn in Pinecrest, California; the idea of a Lair band was born in the mind of Ryan Kelly, music director and clam man extraordinaire. Ryan Kelly hit the staff areas of the Lair and found willing accomplices in his musical enterprise. Ryan Cole was a fiery lead man in the off-Broadway productions of the Harriet Blue stage and Blue Staff Players Club; he was the perfect lead man for this mad project hatched on a whim. Next they approached seasoned musical veteran Cokey McFiddle, aka Clark Terry, as a key guitar et al. talent. Cokey ripped on the violin and the instrument eventually became an essential part of DSRT's set lists. Ryan Kelly and Cokey's brother had formed the in-famous band Taint years earlier, and now Ryan turned to the younger McFiddle to stabilize and add musicianship to the new line up. The youngest McFiddle, Graham Slam McFiddle, has also been featured in DSRT' lineup throughout their rush to fame, filling in behind the set and wailing on the guitar. Cokey introduced the band to Greg Maximov and discovered the foundation on which they would build this PILLAR OF ROCK. Maximov's slamming beats created a cage of sound, out of which the band tamed their musical genius.

However, the lineup was still incomplete. Two wild style musicians were also ready to make their mark on the history of DSRT. Skat Manke, the banjo mastermind, made Rock God changed the sound of DSRT forever with his raucous vocals, wailing guitar, night games and the Band's first official Music sponsor, Manke Crafts International, the internationally renowned Guitar maker. Scott's tent-mate was also a musician who had played with Ryan, Ryan and Scott in a side project at the Harriet Blue Stage entitled the Blue Band and was an original member of Taint. His name was Spike and he completed the rhythm section, whipping out the beats like you want it.

Their rise to the top of the Pinecrest charts has been a rowdy ride, full of debauchery. Their numerous tours have taken them around the world and to venues never before seen: Hell, the Alps, The Bomb Ass Deck, the Lair Battle of the Bands, the dirty shores of Santa Barbara, Maui and the Cold Springs Market parking lot. They have survived the wild times, the substance abuse, and exotic all night extravaganzas.

These men truly are "the most-butt-rockin'est band of all time!!!!!"