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Impossible Hair


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The best kept secret in music


"Meet the Band - Impossible Hair"

Hometown: Silver Spring

Current members: Joe Ryan, vocals, guitar; Jim Glass, vocals, guitar; Kari Cohen, bass; Sammy "The Kid" Ponzar, drums

Founded in: 2005

Style: indie rock

Influenced by: the Beatles, Guided by Voices, Thomas Dolby, Dylan Thomas, Langston Hughes, the Oranges Band

Notable: The band is working on its first full-length album at Roman Kuebler's Baltimore studio. Kuebler, the front man for the Oranges Band, is recording Impossible Hair on analog tape and has been a guiding influence for the band.

Quotable: "[Roman] knows what we're trying to do: slightly weird but catchy stuff," Ryan said. "Stuff that people don't think is weird. ... The guitar sounds that he gets on his record sound amazing. ... It's great to work with those guys."

The band:

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- Baltimore Sun


Debut LP, Tambourines of Fury, is currently in late stages of production.


Feeling a bit camera shy


There once was a king who had 4 sons. One was extremely handsome and debonair, one had an enviable collection of slacks, one could really play tennis, and one had a magic pig named Snortington. When the time came for the king to die, he summoned his four children. He turned to his extremely handsome son and said, "to you young Vincent, I bequeath a telecaster and a fire-bellied tremolator." He turned to the son with the exciting slacks and said, "to you Young Jacobson, I bestow yellow thunder." He turned to the great tennis champion and said, "to you Trotsky, I also endow a telecaster and I am entrusting you with my exploding toad." He then turned to the last son and said, "to you Ernesto, I am leaving my collection of ornamental chickens and my trusted cohort, Big Howard, to shake the townspeople when they need shaking." With that he smiled and closed his eyes for the last time.