LA power pop singer/songwriter/guitarist Walter Clevenger includes a rootsy, laid-back audio highly similar to Nick Lowe and Rockpile. Clevenger was raised listening to nation music and found out the Beatles in 4th grade, later on branching into power pop and developing a music group in senior high school. Nonetheless it was Nick Lowe’s fusion of both sounds that influenced Clevenger to get his pencil and acoustic guitar in earnest. A home-recorded cassette, PoPgOeStHeMuSiC (no more on the net), produced its way to avoid it of a group of relatives and buddies and got Clevenger authorized never to Lame Information. Clevenger recorded an effective album, THE PERSON Using the X-Ray Eye, with his support music group the Dairy Kings (guitarist Steve Bancroft, bassist Henry Clift, and drummer Mike Fernandez) in 1997. Like Tunes to Myself adopted two years later on.