Wednesday, July 19, 2006

The Ron Titter Band

I've decided that everyone in Austin is in a band. If they're not in a band, then they're a musician either professionally or as a member of a civic group. I spent the last two years working along side my colleage Andy Loomis knowing that he used to be an active musician, sung and played multiple instruments, etc. However, I had no idea he was currently in a group called the Ron Titter Band until fairly recently. It was like pulling teeth to get a band name and a website out of him, it seemed. What are you hiding, kiddo? Y'all are great!

Here he is "getting head" as the band website claims:

Me: I didn't know you were in a band?!
Andy: Um...You never asked? [meekly]

Indeed Andy is soft spoken, sweet and overwhelmingly modest (at least at work...who knows what his rocker persona is like?). Hence, office spam inviting people to gigs never occurs. Anyhow, they play around Texas a bit and if they happed to be in your neck of the woods, check them out. They've got an upbeat carefree style with zany lyrics and catchy choruses. Getting High with Dad and his Friend Steve is a favorite of mine and I think I irritate Andy whenever I'm whistling the chorus at work. It's happy rock. Nuff said.

Listen to (righ tclick and save):
"Getting High with Dad and his Friend Steve"
"God's Fault"

The Ron Titter Band Official Website
The Ron Titter Band's Myspace

(all photos from official website)


Anonymous Shawn said...


Isn't Andy a logician? Or am I confusing him with someone else?

Friday, July 21, 2006  
Anonymous cchang said...

Well, he's a mainframe programmer. That's pretty close.

Friday, July 21, 2006  
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