The Coma Savants
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The Coma Savants


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The best kept secret in music


"Rick's Cafe - Madison"

"...stretching the boundaries of rock, mixing seemingly free-form jazz improvisations into their already quirky compositions. It's vastly more interesting than your straight ahead rock band..." - Rick Tvedt

"The Berkshire Eagle"

"Kurt Weill meets Captain Beefheart on this debut by Madison, Wisc., quartet Coma Savants. This album kicks off with a bit of lounge jazz featuring lead singer-songwriter Stephanie Rearick's vocals backward-tracked, a hint of the weird, David Lynch-like world portrayed in Rearick's self-described "circus-prog-cabaret-rock" songs about criminals, misfits and people whose houses don't exist on any map. Rearick unleashes her vocals with freewheeling abandon to match the instrumental inventiveness of guitarist Jon Hain and her own free-jazz keyboards and trumpets."
- Seth Rogvoy

"The Isthmus - Madison"

"[The Coma Savants] could gig as the house band on the Island of Misfit Toys.... " - Al Ritchie


"Coma Savant"
Uvulittle Records


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Coma Savants came into being in November of 2001. The members all come from the Your Mom SRO which had recently dis-banded in the middle of recording their third album. The newly formed Coma Savants quickly took control of the tapes and headed to the studio to bang out their debut CD, "Coma Savant." The disc was released in spring of 2002 on Uvulittle Records. The band is tours the mid-west and plans to mount a national tour in spring of 2003.