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Drexel

Formed in the first ’90s, the duo referred to as Drexel slowly changed from a ’70s rock and roll cover strap (having a penchant for Todd Rundgren and Teacher Longhair) into beer-swilling pioneers of redneck chic. Countrifried acoustic guitar and a mystic lounge delivery (Screamin’ Jay Hawkins-style) very easily determine the group from all of those other underground rockabilly pack. Composed of vocalist David Sparks and multi-instrumentalist Brian Pelfrey, both quite literally started playing cover displays of their affects and gradually mutated in to the act they truly became by Ohio, their first recording. Also known for his or her unusual stage display (clown makeup, unusual outfits, etc.), the music group carved out a unique put in place Ohio’s indie rock and roll scene.

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