Our Music Friends
in No Particular Order
Steppenwolf. Xeno's uncle George Michael Biondo played bass for Steppenwolf from Apr '70 to Oct '76. Xeno remembers getting swag such as wolf stickers at a very young age.
Cake. Both John McCrea and Gabe Nelson of the multi platinum band Cake appear briefly on our first CD. Cake once had the number one alternative hit in the country: "Never There".
Jason Mraz is an amazing new artist who played several shows with us a while back. His rocket recently took off when he appeared on both Letterman and Leno. See him live. Trust us. Bonus: Read Jason's review of our CD.
Anton Barbeau has more good songs than you can shake a pig at. Funny. Strange. Strange and funny. He is. Xeno's favorites include his perverted oldies such as the Pudenda song and Waterbugs and Beetles.
Tiffany was, in fact, the first person to have a copy of this band's CD, "Cafe of Love". Xeno only met her once. Really. They supposedly never dated. Xeno can not prove that, however. Xeno replied, "How can I prove I never dated someone?!" [new Web page as of 4/8/05]
Holly Holt is our pal and has been playing the blonde guitar, singing and writing folk songs for several blonde years. If you look around, you'll find hidden pictures of her on this site.
Bill Mylar has been a great supporter of Xenophilia from the start. He has appeared as a guest guitarist at some of our shows. Check out his band. Mylar is running for Governor of California. No, we're not kidding!
Jackie Greene is Amy's ex-boyfriend. His winning combination of folk and blues resulted in his absorption of our bass previous player, Hence (himself a true blues man.) Jackie is on his way to the top, recently having won a California Music Award. He recently presented John McCrea with a "best songwriter" award. Small world.
For even more, check out the bands and other artists we have
performed with live in our ever-growing Gig Journal.
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