The Tubes feat. Fee Waybill

From the streets of San Francisco THE TUBES were catapulted into Rock and Roll's limelight in the mid 1970s and made their most memorable mark on Rock history throughout the 70s and 80s with such classic rock staples such as “Talk To Ya Later” and “She's A Beauty.” No matter how memorable THE TUBES recordings were, the lifeline of the band has always been their live performance. From the exuberant and imaginative to the outrageous, THE TUBES continue to perform for hordes of fans throughout the world. The current line up of THE TUBES (still retaining four original members) consists of the enigmatic and unforgettable vocalist Fee Waybill, the elusive guitarist Roger Steen, the solid bass playing of Rick Anderson, the legendary Prairie Prince on drums, and keyboardist extraordinaire, David Medd. THE TUBES didn't invent the idea of rock & roll as theater, but they have certainly thrived on the concept. Few bands have had a more entertaining and over the top live show than THE TUBES. Their influence can be seen in many of the visually oriented groups of today such as The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Marilyn Manson and others. Though they may have been ahead of their time in the eighties, they haven't lost a step and continue to reinvent themselves. In a world where visual stimulation is king, THE TUBES are right at home and masters of their domain. They continue to write clever, provocative material as heard on their most recent critically acclaimed release Genius Of America and continue to add to their body of work with DVD/Video releases from their live shows including The Tubes World Tour. THE TUBES are currently in the studio preparing all new material for a new recording and new tour. Though their roots are steeped in the classic rock they've created, THE TUBES continue to innovate, evolve and ignite, no matter where they go.



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