Steve, Marc and Barry formed a really loud rock band in 1999 called MORRIS CAN FLY. Totally ignored by their hometown of Seattle, the band moved to London for a year to hone their craft. The band's unique brand of smashmouth brit-influenced 60's flavored rock has allowed them to tour relentlessly up and down the West Coast of the U.S. The band's first CD quietly sold 2,000 copies, largely on the strength of the single 'Velvet Jesus', which received airplay in smaller markets like Canton, Ohio and Spokane, Washington. This is the band's second CD. It was recorded at London Bridge studios in Seattle, produced and engineered by the best known producer you've never heard of. In January, 2003, the band got a nice squib in Rolling Stone Magazine which stated, 'Morris Can Fly sounds like the Incredible Hulk making love . . . these guys rock incessantly.' MORRIS CAN FLY has received the prestigious ASCAP PLUS award for the last five years running. The American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP) gives this award each year to unsigned artists who receive airplay and make significant contributions to their genre of music. MORRIS CAN FLY has no management and no agent. It's just a power trio of guys who play loud and are never happy unless the audience is whipped into a screaming frenzy. Feel free to contact the band at 'email@example.com'.