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Neil Leslie Perle–Named after his older brother’s favorite musician, Neil’s life seemed destined for Rock’n’Roll. No one told Neil, however, so it wasn’t until his senior year in high school that he finally picked up a guitar. Seemingly unable to master any instrument, Neil dabbles in everything, making him one of the most broadly mediocre musicians in the Indy music business. Neil tirelessly pursues rock stardom, so long as he doesn’t have to work too hard at it.

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Gregg McHendrix–Last scion of the Scotland McHendrix’s, Gregg holds dual citizenship in the United States and Great Britain. A special education teacher by day, Gregg chases the rock stardom dragon at night and on weekends. In between he tries to thread the needles of being both Scottish and black in one of the whitest states in America.

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Alyxandria Edina Morse–Ed is the band’s Mistress of the Low End, the deep funk of the deeply funky. The youngest member of the band, Ed is, nevertheless, the voice of reason and maturity, which, let’s be honest, is a pretty low bar to clear.

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Preston Xavier Cardstock, III–X is the last scion (lots of “last scions” in this band) of one of the great New Hampshire dynasties, and they couldn’t be happier that he IS the last. Since he inherited a house from his grandmother, X has focused on being the best rapper and drummer his family has ever produced. He’s almost there on both counts.

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Jesse Robin Perle–Fourteen years older than his little brother Neil, Rob was a major influence on the youngest Perle. Whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing is a topic of considerable debate among friends and family. Rob is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for New England’s premiere Neil Diamond cover band, Eice Cherry, but he’s really only a musician to support his teaching habit. He practices said vice as an English teacher at Wronnasquam High School.

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