Chicago’s Triple Fast Actions have been collectively since 1993, comprising users Wes Kidd (vocals, acoustic guitar), Kevin Tihista (bass, vocals), Brian St. Clair (drums), and Ronnie Schneider (acoustic guitar), while Regional H guitarist Scott Lucas continues to be known to product the lineup on tour (Kidd continues to be known to come back the favour and play with Regional H). Kidd and St. Clair got their begin in music using the teenager punk outfit Privileges from the Accused, before injecting some pop melody to their punk hostility for TFA. The quartet offers issued a set of albums, 1996’s Broadcaster and 1997’s Cattlemen Don’t, in addition to several singles for the Limited Potential and Strike It! labels. Furthermore to his Triple Fast Actions responsibilities, Kidd co-produced Jimmy Eat World’s 1996 full-length debut, Static Prevails, with Tag Trombino.
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