Formed within the indie rock and roll haven of Olympia, WA, in 1997, the Tight Bro’s From IN THE PAST When illustrate that you may bring good-old ’70s rock and roll & roll towards the sweaters and Friend Holly-glasses masses. With an constantly raucous stream of power chords and dick rock and roll riffs, the music group presents AC/DC to improbable listeners. Having a lineup including vocalist Jared Warren (Fashio, Karp, Witchypoo) and guitarists John “Quitty” Quittner and Dave Harvey of Behead the Prophet, the Tight Bro’s attempt to totally ruin. Originally, Jared Warren performed bass, and John Quittner and Dave Harvey attempted to sing. But following a couple of displays, they enlisted Sean Kelly on bass, and Jared Warren became the frontperson. After going right through two drummers, the music group installed with Justin Olsen. The Tight Bro’s’ debut, Runnin’ Through My Bone fragments, premiered on Olympia’s Get rid of Rock Celebrities in 1999. With Jared Warren’s Bon Scott-style vocals, AC/DC may be the apparent comparison. However the recording begs listeners to toss their hands in the air flow and rock and roll out to tunes that not merely spend homage to Kiss, AC/DC, and Alice Cooper, but to Dark Flag, the Stooges, as well as the MC5 aswell. Give You a Hands adopted in 2001, providing fans 37 moments of all-out rock and roll that evokes pictures of mullets, Un Caminos, and ale busts in the moon tower.