Madison Music - Phil Gnarly & The Tough Guys
Phil Tomas – vocals and guitar East High
Alan Subola – vocals and guitar East High
Mark Shumway – drums
Bill Keefe – bass and vocals
Andy Hoeveler – guitar and vocals
1983–1990 Starting at a house party in 1983
"Philville" the band's only album
"Beer on My Breath"
"Potatoes from Hell"
"Requiem for a Rodeo Ranch Hand"
They toured, adding a horn section -- one of the saxophone players was Ed Marion, later to be
Gov. Tommy Thompson's chief of staff -- playing clubs in Boston and New York City,
including CBGB, the famed punk venue in Manhattan.