formed Fungus with Dic in the early 70ís as the drummer and much
to the dismay of his parents, hosted most excellent early jam
sessions at his House. Late nights over the garage of
endless playing, listening, and dialog created the basis for
current day band philosophies. House is the true musical
experimenter, playing percussion, keyboard, guitar, and any
instrument he can get his hands on. Never afraid to try something
new, his songs and talents are an eclectic mix of folk, blues,
rock, and other genreís most of us cannot recognize, let alone
understand. Ripped apart by forsaken cheerleader love, he blessed
us with Oh, Donít Do It To Me in 1972. Even 30 years later,
playing the song often puts the Fungus audience in the same frame
of mind. His latest work includes Open Road and the title track
of the bands latest CD, TWITA (Thatís What Iím Talkiní About!).
House rocks the house!