Skoupas, Downtown Jay Brown, Heavy D Stembridge.
Pique: What's the origin of your name?
started off as Too Soon to Tell as we were just having fun playing covers.
Everyone kept asking what our name was, we didn’t have one so we told them it
was “too soon to tell” and the name stuck. We always knew that the name would
change once we started original material. Brother Twang represents the
brotherhood between band mates, and the twang refers to Jay’s vocal delivery at
times. It was one of those things that was born during a recording session; the
name came out of nowhere and it just works.
Pique: What are your musical backgrounds?
We’ve all been
playing in excess of 20 years and our musical tastes are extremely varied; from
classical music, to electronica, to death metal fusion!
Smoke and Steel Town.
Pique: What brought you to Whistler?
The fresh and
clean air primarily, George has family here also, and you can’t deny those
powder days. You know, the old adage “we came for the winter, but stayed for
Pique: When you aren’t on stage, where can people find you
just hanging out?
Either the dog
beach or 7
Heaven, or with our respective loved ones, or Heavy D’s
personal favorite: the couch!
Pique: When did you form your band?
1.5 years ago.
Pique: What inspired you to make music together?
It all started
with the open mike jam nights that George started at the Longhorn. The Force
was with us from then on.