Among the post-grunge era’s most simple, impassioned organizations, Oklahoma City’s the Nixons were founded by vocalist/guitarist Zac Maloy, guitarist Jesse Davis, bassist Ricky Brooks, and drummer Tye Robinson. The group released their debut EP Six in 1992 on Dragon Road Information and added fresh drummer John Humphrey before liberating Halo 2 yrs down the road the Rainmaker label. This recording features several tunes that also resulted in on the major-label debut Foma, which arrived in 1995 on MCA Information. Foma spawned the air hit “Sister” as well as the group capitalized on the success with non-stop touring, including times with Spirit Asylum. 2 yrs later on, the group changed Brooks with Ricky Wolking and released their self-titled recording. ALTHOUGH Nixons didn’t match the earnings of their debut as well as the music group subsequently remaining MCA, their constant gigging ensured a solid cult target audience for 1999’s Scrapbook EP, which noticed the music group go back to Rainmaker, and their 4th album THE MOST RECENT Thing, that was released by Koch in early 2000.