A small independent local newspaper from one of the lower mid-western states once wrote "being in attendance for this super-ameture mega band on a Thursday evening at 'Tony's Dead End' for the all-you-can-eat wings night was a fantastic experience! The sound of the band was a combination of Pink Floyd, Cindy Lauper, and a flute. It was a bit confusing at first to appreciate, but after beers and shots and more shots anything sounds good. The keyboardist started playing with her forehead and the guitarist bashed her guitar at what she thought was the end of the act like Pete Townshend but they still had two more songs. It was a fantastic show, they were really in their element and the entire room, all twenty five of us enjoyed a real sweet show. We were graced by 6 of their songs, some of which I don't remember the titles but a few I recall like, "Aquarium" which has an awesome 5 minute flute solo in the middle, "Refrigerator" was supposed to have a mean guitar lick but the guitarist had already bashed her guitar up, but what ever; its wing night!! In the end it was a motley crew, this band had rehearsed a bit for this gig. If it wasn't for the all you could eat wings, I may have left after the keyboardist started playing with her forehead.