Are We There Yet?
Several grains of sand through the hourglass ago, Brian Kroll went to see a band at a local club that unknown to him, featured a drummer named John O.Reilly. Several more grains of sand passed through the hourglass when Kroll received a phone call from a vocalist named Sue Veneer answering a music paper ad for his roomate's band. Then,she told Kroll a great studio to use when he went in to record an album. When Kroll called her recommendation, he asked for great musicians to work with and was then introduced to John O.Reilly. John O.Reilly led Kroll to producer extraordinaire Bob Stander who in turn recommended that Ronnie Dee sing on a full length album without Kroll having met or heard him. To this day, John O.Reilly, Bob Stander, Ronnie Dee and Brian Kroll have recorded 2 albums together, are well into finishing two more albums and still John and Ronnie have never met. And that is how My Son the Bum was born.