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The Jetzons

The Jetzons

The Jetzons


The Jetzons were a hugely popular rock/New Wave band from Tempe, Arizona, active from 1980 until 1989. Formed out of the ruins of Billy Clone and The Same after the tragic overdose death of singer Mike Corte, Bruce Connole, Damon Doiron and Brad Buxer recruited drummer Steve Golladay from local faves The Spiffs, and incorporated radio-friendly rock hooks and classic 60s pop influences into the "cerebral" New Wave sound of Billy Clone; the result was a winning formula that rocketed them to huge regional success and, very nearly, national fame. Read more on Last.fm
The Jetzons were a hugely popular rock/New Wave band from Tempe, Arizona, active from 1980 until 1989. Formed out of the ruins of Billy Clone and The Same after the tragic overdose death of singer Mike Corte, Bruce Connole, Damon Doiron and Brad Buxer recruited drummer Steve Golladay from local faves The Spiffs, and incorporated radio-friendly rock hooks and classic 60s pop influences into the "cerebral" New Wave sound of Billy Clone; the result was a winning formula that rocketed them to huge regional success and, very nearly, national fame. Along the way, they pretty much singlehandedly created the Tempe music scene that would later spawn bands such as the Gin Blossoms, Jimmy Eat World, The Format and countless others. Members of the Jetzons went on to make music in bands as diverse as The Strand, The Revenants, The Cryptics, Sucicde Kings, Algebra Ranch and many others.

Connole, Buxer and Doiron are still active; drummer Steve Golladay passed away in 2007. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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