Bill Fox was the lead singer and guitarist of the three-piece Cleveland, Ohio, garage pop band The Mice, which existed from January 1985 to 1988. They released two albums, For Almost Ever and Scooter (re-released by Scat Records as For Almost Ever Scooter in 2004), and were a major influence on the burgeoning Ohio power pop scene, including Dayton's Guided by Voices.
Bruce Connole (born November 6, 1958) is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, whom is known for performing with various bands based in the Southwest United States and is originally from Phoenix, Arizona.
Byron Nemeth born in Quito, Ecuador is an Ecuadorian American musician. He is most noted for his solo work which is primarily instrumental progressive guitar work.
Darin Raffaelli is a guitarist, formerly of the band Supercharger. In the 1990s he owned the indie record label Super-Teem. He was a producer for The Donnas and songwriter for the band's first album, which was recorded at a Mail Boxes Etc. shop where he worked, and released on his Super-Teem label in 1995. Other bands Raffaelli has been involved with to date are The Brentwoods, Donny Denim, The Bobbyteens, and The Fevers. He is now a member of the bands Mersey Wifebeaters and the Baci Galoopis.
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Dorothy LaBostrie (18 or 28 May 1928 – 4 November 2007), alternatively La Bostrie or Labostrie, later Dorothy LaBostrie Black, was an American songwriter, best known for co-writing Little Richard's 1955 hit "Tutti Frutti".
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