Formed being a duo by ex-Jesus Lizard guitarist Duane Denison and ex-Mule, Laughing Hyenas, and Jesus Lizard percussionist Jim Kimball, the Denison-Kimball Trio customized in fascinating, jazzy instrumentals. By adding reeds participant Ken Vandermark in 1995, the group was renamed DK3. The receiver of a qualification in classical electric guitar from Eastern Michigan School, Denison produced Jesus Lizard in the past due ’80s with previous members of Nothing Acid solution, David Yow on vocals and David Sims on bass. Although they originally relied on the drum machine, the music group was solidified by adding drummer Macintosh McNeilly before documenting their debut record, Mind, in 1990. More than the next 10 years, Denison and Jesus Lizard released yet another seven albums before disbanding in 2000. Performing being a visitor on albums with the Revolting Cocks (Linger Ficken’ Great), Sally Timms, and Firewater following demise of Jesus Lizard, Denison became a member of with Kimball to create the Denison-Kimball Trio. Their debut documenting, released in 1994, supplied the soundtrack of the indie film, Wall space in the town, starring ex-Jesus Lizard frontman David Yow. Their second record, Soul Machine, implemented a year afterwards. Following the break up from the trio in 1999, Denison toured being a guitarist for Hank Williams III. He shaped a new music group,Tomahawk, in 2001, with ex-Helmet drummer John Stanier, Melvins bassist Kevin Rutmanis, and Mr. Bungle vocalist Mike Patton.