Fuzzzone is rated (3.39, 23 votes)
Fuzzzone was formed, somewhat informally, in the basement of St. Dominic's Catholic Church's daycare center, in Benicia CA, in 1989. The founding members were Allan Canumay, Casey Staubach, and David La May. Scott Bradley, a future member of the band, was a part of the "inner circle" from the start, but did not take up an instrument until (roughly) a year later.
The band had a little trouble getting the Church out of their system and debuted at St. Dominic's Spring Festival. They followed that up with performance at St. Dominic's Villaresa Hall following a 5:30 mass. The "Catholic Tour" ended at St. Patrick-St. Vincent Highschool for a "Field Day" performance. David La May promptly left the band and was replaced by Paul of Crimpshrine. The rest is history (in other words, I don't know what happened next).
Casey Staubach and Allan Canumay, the band's two most prolific song writers, went on to form other Benicia bands. Allan Canumay currently resides in Seattle, WA and has started a band called Jettison. I hear they got a cello player!
fuzzzone formed in 1990. i think it was villarasa hall, or just "the parish hall", scott and casey went on to form nub and the moons, allan sang for harvest theory ( you know, with chuck and mike goshert and raum palacios?) and monkey brittle (with mark pinkos), scott did sound for jawbreaker. paul is in onion flavored rings. David Lamay lives in seattle. he still writes awesome songs, like the balloon song, only better.
there was no daycare center.
skot pelkey (monsula, skinflutes, pot valiant, uranium 9-volt...) joined on drums in 1992, the same year the band took a tour of the pacific northwest. fuzzzone briefly changed it's name to DOUG in '93 and disbanded in early '94. fuzzzone reunited at the benicia warehouse in 1998, and a recording from that show will be available on the second benicia compilation.
allan canumay is in a band called JETTISON.
Scott Bradley is in The Ballyhoo! Check out their Myspace page. They are good.
Fuzzzone appears on the following compilations: