The House Cats
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The House Cats

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Live at Mojo's - 11/03/07
Back room Sessions (4 track EP) 1/24/08

AM Blues form BRS is in rotation on "The Local Landing" at KWCR 88.1 FM



Lets start by saying this; Half of the band are licensed massage therapists, so there is very little tension (get it).
JD and Meagan are married and there story starts in Ceder City, Utah where they met each other and started playing in local venues doing covers of some of the most influential bands of the twentieth century (Led Zeppelin, Robert Johnson, Bob Dylan, The Beatles just to name a few) Later they moved up to Ogden where they met fellow massage therapist Stefanie Werner. They were introduced to Stef's, then fiance, Rod Harrington. Soon Rod and Stefanie were married and two thirds of The House Cats were cemented together as life long friends. Rod stated jamming with JD and Meagan and they quickly ambushed the Ogden scene with eerie guitar solos and free-form, improvisational jamming with Stefanie playing hand drums.

Fate would soon cross there paths with a ex-psychedelic metal drummer, and a ex-hard core punk bassist. At a going away party for a mutual friend, the quartet was accompanied by former Mifune drummer, Matthew. It was fans of the music that was created that night who approached the musicians and suggested they form a band. This was the birth of the cocoon that would crystallize it to The House Cats.
Yet there was still one more card to be turned. After going through a separation with his wife, Joey turned to his little sister Stefanie for support. Joey packed his bags and made the seventy mile move from South Sandy to Ogden. After sitting in on a couple practices, the band made the decision to invite Joey to join The House Cats.
After a year of solid dedication and venue packed gigs the bad is looking to spread there circle of influence to the greater northwestern United States. With emotionally charged songs like The Waltz, AM Blues and Todash, The House Cats bring a level of sincerity that is much needed in the music industry, let alone the United States.