A Detroit area rock and roll & roll music group formed in 1969 by guitarists Cub Koda and Mike Lutz, Brownsville Station’s original members also included T.J. Cronley (drums) and Tony Driggins (bass), with Henry Weck changing Cronley on drums in 1971. In the beginning affected by Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and additional ’50s rockers, their early albums included influenced addresses and genre-faithful originals, all offered in Marshall stack, dual bass drum bigness. A lot more effective like a live take action (with Koda’s on-stage banter influencing everyone from J. Geils’ Peter Wolf to Alice Cooper), the group finally strike paydirt in past due 1973 using its number three strike, the Koda and Lutz-penned “Smokin’ in the Males Room.” Following the group disbanded in 1979, Koda continued to a profession as a single recording musician (see separate admittance) so that as a journalist for many music journals before succumbing to kidney disease in the summertime of 2000. Lutz continued to produce performers for Atlantic and Epic/Sony Information, performed using the music group No Mercy, and co-wrote tracks and toured with fellow Michigan rocker Ted Nugent. Weck also proceeded to go into anatomist and producing, dealing with performers in the Atco and Atlantic Information stable, like the music group Blackfoot. Lutz and Weck became a member of forces once again in 2012, launching a new record, Still Smokin’, that same season, and then came back to the street as Brownsville Place in 2013 using a lineup that also highlighted guitarists Billy Craig and Arlen Viecelli.