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Two Much Fun

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In 2003, the first recording was a cd/demo called "Outside the Box." With music inspired by life with their families, Tod and Sean dedicated this effort to one of their mentors, the late Harry Winters.

Currently writing music for their first official album "Music to Eat Pizza By" which will be recorded and released in 2008.

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Like many musicians, Tod Demuth and Sean Hadle began their music careers together at church...more or less. It was during the times between songs in practice that these two began playing material that didn't quite fit what was needed for the service. They were politely asked to "take it outside." So they did.

Tod and Sean had a simple idea: music is fun, plain and simple. No political agenda, no great statements to make. Just festive, happy, dancy, lively, rip-roarin', swingin', laughing music.

In the spirit of the Great Gatsby era, their original instrumentals are a mixture of stride, dixieland, swing, boogie and blues based around family life. Their "Bedtime for Junior" is a musical picture of Dad trying to put his two year old to bed, while "Where's the Car Keys" provides a musical rendition of a family trying to get out the door on hectic Sunday morning. This mixed in with several songs from the Hit Parade of yesteryear rounds out an upbeat, fast-paced show fit for all ages.

Their first three gigs were unusual: two funerals and a house warming party. It proved difficult to light up the "skins" and rip loose on the "ivories" in the manner they had in mind.

However, Two Much Fun found home when Tod and Sean literally took their music outside -- to arts and crafts festivals, brown bag concerts, picnics, 5k runs, fund raisers, senior dances and recently at Shaake's Pumpkin Patch in Lawrence.

Audiences have referred to their sound as "happy music," as toddlers jig, curmudgeons smile and even teens stop and take notice.

All that from just a piano and a set of drums. It's just...Two Much Fun.