Gems Of The Curbstone
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Gems Of The Curbstone


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"Of Local Note - by entertainment writer, Rick de Yampert"

"Eat A Beat" CD
Vital Stats: Palm Coast based modern rock band featuring a nucleous of singer Lizzie Floyd, guitarist Pat Floyd and keyboardist Tommy P., plus bassist Stan Helfenstens and for live gigs, drummer Jason Mosley. The music: Move over, Alanis Morissette and Tori Amos- you don't have a monopoly on edgy, new millennium-worthy chick rock. Like those artists, (formerly Fragile Ex) Gems Of The Curbstone singer Lizzie Floyd has one of those now siren-like, drama-mama voices, one that makes you glad that she (or her alter-ego) has decided to work out her neuroses in song rather than confide in some shrink. That's true whether she's addressing the Bigh Guy Upstairs as on "Dear God" , cataloging a multitude of childhood personalities as on "Pink and Blue", or looking inward on "Welcome To My World". Ohter songs - "Crush," "Cum Az U R" and the pogo dance -worthy "Y to K" - are delicious alterna-pop in the mode of HOle or No Doubt. Throughout, Pat Floyd and Tommy P. know when to turn to ghostly, carnivalesque techno sounds, or rely on good ol' crunchy sweet guitars. To purchase CDs, e-mail the band at - Daytona Beach News Journal


1996 - Movie soundtrack credit: This group wrote a song called "nowhere man" that was used by an independent filmmaker in 1996 movie "Rednex".
Eat A Beat - CD Release 1999 by this band, formerly known as "Fragile ex". Indie Distribution Label, Crest Records out of Lansing, MI picked up this CD in 1999 for indie distribution.



Florida based rock/pop/alternative band.
Have performed at various venues throughout North and Central Florida for the past 10 years.
This group gets noticed with their catchy beats and knack for unique sounds and song writing skills.
Influences are vast.