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The best kept secret in music


"The Right Track"

The worst thing about High Output's debut disc is a good thing. If that sounds like a backhanded compliment, so be it. The overall sound/production reminds me of early '70s Black Sabbath or Grand Funk records; kind of a flat rock. In spite of the fact that Jason Webster's outstanding guitar work could stand more prominence in the mix, this disc is thirty-six minutes of good, solid rock music.
"Sweet Song" is a bouncy rocker; great for half-speed pogo dancing. Heck, you could use an actual pogo stick to bounce on and you might be right in time with this song. Amidst the pretty straight-ahead hard rock songs that make up most of this CD, "Take Me There" and "Today's Tomorrow" are conspicuous as emotional ballads. Singer Kyle Bixler doesn't soften his harsh voice, but he is effectively emotional on, shall we call it, the `softer' side (on which you could not exactly lie your head) of High Output. "Today's Tomorrow" is followed by some real muscle; the raucous blues boogey of "F.U." could have found a home on a Foghat album. One thing all of these songs have in common, I'm willing to bet, is girls in tight jeans dancing at High Output shows.
This CD might not be among the top five CDs released in 2003 by Louisville acts, but you can spend your money on far worse stuff, such as almost anything you hear on commercial radio. High Output is on the right track. Visit them at www.highoutput1.com, buy their CD and let them know what you think at HighOutput1@aol.com.
- David Lilly- Louisville Music News

"Show review- Indianapolis Jan. 24, 2004"

"High Output is the ultimate high in rock. They deliver energy, sizemic earthquakes onstage vocally. The band is worth the price of admission, no matter what it is. They will deliver the mail!"

"The band has good music, good licks and the potential to be even bigger in the future." - Robert Metzgar of Capitol Management Group-Nashville/ Universal Music


Hand Over Fist - 2 song Demo
May 2005
High Output- Two song Demo cd
Far away - Gone Again
Recorded and released January 2004
High Output - A session in progress
4 song Cd
Release date - 2002
High Output - High Output
8 song Cd
Release date - 2003
High Output - 3 songs
3 song Demo
Release date - 2003
High Output - Live @ Kelly's
(Rare 17 song Live recording)
Recorded 2003


(WAIF Cincinnatti)
Entire 8-song CD HighOutput-HighOutput

(WLRS 105.1- Louisville)
Koke Machine
Sweet song
Today's Tomorrow
Never Fade (Accoustic) Live and in-studio
Gotta Go

(WTFX 100.5- Louisville)


Feeling a bit camera shy



Breaking free from it all,
Hand Over Fist is Hard Driving Rock that originates from the thriving music scene that is Louisville, Ky. Delivering the ultimate energy in rock Hand Over Fist is worth the price of admission , says Robert Meztgar of Universal Music.
After spending time in the studio and finding new direction , Hand Over Fist has produced a brand new demo and recently began their live tour of the East and Midwest regions.
After three years of honing their art through live performances and countless jam sessions, Hand Over Fist has had their music played on several large Marketed radio stations such as 100.5 the Fox(clear channel), 105.1 WLRS, 89.1 WAIF Cincinnati, and invited to the international music festivals such as Thirsty Melon , and Nashville Maximum Metal fests.
“One thing their songs have in common is girls in tight jeans dancing at Hand Over Fist shows”, as stated by David Lilly of Louisville Music News, “HOF is on the right track!”
Hand Over Fist is poised and ready to take over the national and international airwaves.

Hand Over Fist is:
Kyle Bixler – Vocals
Jason Webster – Guitar
Josh Yopp – Bass
Shawn Weppler - Drums

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Hand Over Fist
2615 Two Mile Ln.
New Albany, IN 47150