Shannon and the Clams

Shannon and the Clams

on four planets from four galaxies, four tiny rabbits were birthed. Although they existed simultaneously, they were milky ways away from one another. One day when thier skin turned from frail and pink to soft and fur covered, they all separately went on a cosmic vision quest. On this cosmic vision quest they knew they must thrust themselves into the nearest ocean and swim to the deepest spot. These four rabbits on four planets dove into the four oceans where they found piles of pearls that the mussels of the sea produced and now protected till the death. The rabbits, who used thier hearts more than thier heads, each lept straight into the mussels and fought for one pearl each. Of course, each raabbit was slain by the army of mussels. As each rabbit corpse floated to the bottom of each ocean floor, fur floating away from flesh reflecting off dead eyes, a single drop of blood leaked out from the left center finger tip of each rabbit. As the body sunk deeper and deeper, the drop of blood formed a little clam, clams of powe

The Delusionaires

The Delusionaires erupted from the core of Florida at the dawn of the millennium, an unlikely yet inevitable assemblage of four of Orlando's most infamous imports: Pakistani-born bassman Nadeem Khan, Eurasian sax blaster Jim "Lil' Jimmy" Ivy, Southwestern skinsmith Brian Maguire, and Midwestern git-fiddler Artie Mondello (then performing under the name Aaron Jarvis). The impetus and sole reason for existence for the band was to function as backing for a crew of strippers in Tampa for a single performance; setting a solid pattern for plans gone awry, the nascent Delusionaires failed to disband after this performance, and soon be came a staple on the Sunshine State sleaze scene.

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