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Tuesday is one of the first [[Slapstick]] family tree bands. After the 1996 breakup, about half the members created an "anti-ska" band called Tuesday.  
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'''Tuesday''' is one of the first [[Slapstick]] family tree bands. After the [[1996]] breakup, about half the members created an "anti-ska" band called Tuesday.  
  
Dan Andriano (bass, vocals), Matt Stamps (guitar), and Rob Kellenberger (drums, vocals); 3 of 7 Slapstick members, were all inspired by ''Fifteen'' and their political songwriting, which was evident in their early sound. They evolved somewhat, however, by the time they cut their first EP in 1997 titled ''Early Summer'', which was a pop and emo fusion affair.  
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Dan Andriano (bass, vocals), Matt Stamps (guitar), and Rob Kellenberger (drums, vocals); 3 of 7 Slapstick members, were all inspired by ''Fifteen'' and their political songwriting, which was evident in their early sound. They evolved somewhat, however, by the time they cut their first EP in [[1997]] titled ''Early Summer'', which was a pop and emo fusion fusion.  
  
Tyler Wiseman joined on second guitar later in '97, and ''Asian Man'' released their only LP before their hiatus, ''Free Wheelin''' which spawned their only U.S. tour. Tuesday broke up and Andriano replaced Rob Doran on bass and backup vocals with [[Alkaline Trio]], another [[Slapstick Family Tree]] band.
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Tyler Wiseman joined on second guitar later in '97, and [[Asian Man]] released their only LP before their hiatus, ''Free Wheelin''' which spawned their only U.S. tour. Tuesday broke up and Andriano, ex-Slapstick, replaced Rob Doran on bass and backup vocals with [[Alkaline Trio]], another [[Slapstick Family Tree]] band.
  
Kellenberger went on to play drums with [[Duvall]], [[Colossal]], and briefly for the reunited [[Smoking Popes]] all third generation [[Slapstick Family Tree]] bands. Wiseman, not a Slapstick member went on to play with other third generation [[Slapstick Family Tree]] band [[The Honor System]] with other original Slapstick members as well as and ''Whale|Horse''.
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Kellenberger went on to play drums with [[Duvall]], [[Colossal]], and briefly for the reunited [[Smoking Popes]] all third generation [[Slapstick Family Tree]] bands. Wiseman, not a Slapstick member went on to play with other third generation [[Slapstick Family Tree]] band [[The Honor System]] aside other original Slapstick members and also played for and ''Whale|Horse''.
  
In 2007 ''Don't Ask'' by Carpe Dm Em/ Third Rock Studios/ Triple Rock Records, followed by Follow Me in 2009, a collection of unreleased material and songs wrote during a brief reunion.
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In [[2007]] ''Don't Ask'' by ''Carpe Dm Em/ Third Rock Studios/ Triple Rock Records'' was released, followed by ''Follow Me'' in [[2009]], a collection of unreleased material and songs wrote during a brief reunion.
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== External links ==
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* [https://www.discogs.com/artist/1215145-Tuesday-5 Discogs page]
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[[Category:Bands]]
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[[Category:Slapstick Family]]
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[[Category:1990s]]

Latest revision as of 13:49, 17 August 2016

Tuesday is one of the first Slapstick family tree bands. After the 1996 breakup, about half the members created an "anti-ska" band called Tuesday.

Dan Andriano (bass, vocals), Matt Stamps (guitar), and Rob Kellenberger (drums, vocals); 3 of 7 Slapstick members, were all inspired by Fifteen and their political songwriting, which was evident in their early sound. They evolved somewhat, however, by the time they cut their first EP in 1997 titled Early Summer, which was a pop and emo fusion fusion.

Tyler Wiseman joined on second guitar later in '97, and Asian Man released their only LP before their hiatus, Free Wheelin' which spawned their only U.S. tour. Tuesday broke up and Andriano, ex-Slapstick, replaced Rob Doran on bass and backup vocals with Alkaline Trio, another Slapstick Family Tree band.

Kellenberger went on to play drums with Duvall, Colossal, and briefly for the reunited Smoking Popes all third generation Slapstick Family Tree bands. Wiseman, not a Slapstick member went on to play with other third generation Slapstick Family Tree band The Honor System aside other original Slapstick members and also played for and Whale|Horse.

In 2007 Don't Ask by Carpe Dm Em/ Third Rock Studios/ Triple Rock Records was released, followed by Follow Me in 2009, a collection of unreleased material and songs wrote during a brief reunion.

External links