Radio station: Listen to music by Pomonas
No scheduled events.
Sound description: Something that would make an awesome Cingular ring tone.
Influences: Compulsive hand washing, Hawaii, Daryl Strawberry, Bryson Ripley, Buzzard's Pizza
|When You're Electric||2006|
|Good Cop Good Cop||2007|
|Andy Gassaway||Bass guitar, Keyboard, Vocals|
|Ryan Laird||Drums, Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals|
|Justin Ripley||Guitar, Vocals|
|Brandon Ripley||Drums, Keyboard, Vocals|
One evening while drinking a prodigious number of pink squirrels with Sgt. Rollie P. Merriweather, U.S. Marine Corps, singer/songwriter Justin Ripley divulged his plans to assemble a pop group comprising a bearded American basketball coach, a grossly unpunctual recent college gradutate, a metaphysical hillbilly, an obituary writer and himself. "That," Merriweather replied, "sounds like it ought to go over like a small rural community that recently received a grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation to resurface its Main Street. Guffaw!" Realizing that the American vernacular already recognized Small Rural Community That Recently Received A Grant as an early 90s club/techno outfit, Ripley decided on the spot to christen his outfit the Pomonas, and the state mistakenly gave them $460,000.