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Drums & Tuba

Drums & Tuba
United States
Drums & Tuba is an alternative rock group from Austin, Texas. Their sound fuses electronic rock, progressive rock, jazz, and occasionally industrial. The group began as a duo with Brian Wolff (tuba, trumpet) and Tony Nozero (drums, electronics) performing weekend nights for tips on Sixth Street in downtown Austin. Guitarist Neal McKeeby later joined up.
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Drums & Tuba — Battles Olé Drums & Tuba — Battles Olé
(Righteous Babe RBR047-D, 2005, CD)
Drums & Tuba — Mostly Ape Drums & Tuba — Mostly Ape
(Righteous Babe RBR028-D, 2002, CD)
Drums & Tuba — Vinyl Killer Drums & Tuba — Vinyl Killer
(Righteous Babe RBR023-D, 2001, CD)
Drums and Tuba — Flatheads and Spoonies Drums and Tuba — Flatheads and Spoonies
(My Pal God MPG033, 1999, CD)
Drums and Tuba — The Flying Ballerina Drums and Tuba — The Flying Ballerina
(T.E.C. 97732, 1998, CD)
Drums & Tuba — Box Fetish Drums & Tuba — Box Fetish
(T.E.C. 97332, 1997, CD)

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