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

19831990 Starting at a house party in 1983

"Philville" the band's only album

"Beer on My Breath" "Potatoes from Hell" "Midnight Drive" "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.