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December 26, 2012

Local band to release CD Saturday in Ada

Ada —

When watching local band Tasty Trio for the first time, it’s only natural that one starts putting basic arithmetic skills to good use.

Let’s see, one drummer plus two guitarists plus a lead singer equals four every time. Nevertheless, you still have the Tasty Trio rocking your socks off. The band has a classic rock feel  but still has a unique style of its own. 

Tasty Trio drummer Chris “Bruiser” Hoover tried his best to explain the name and the number.

Hoover, along with original Tasty Trio band members Marshall “Marty the Party” Omohundro (the lead vocalist) and “Nasty” Nate Compton (bass player) were part of multiple bands for about the last eight years.

As part of the former band Revolution, the Tasty Trio would be a threesome on most occasion while another member was mostly MIA at practice sessions.

“The Original Tasty Trio never really performed gigs, except for in the house, and it really only started because the singer of The Revolution would hardly come to practice. He was a great guy  but would never come. We would be The Tasty Trio during practice until he showed, and then turned into The Revolution,” Hoover said.

In the summer of 2012, the Trio reunited once again after Omohundro returned from a teaching stint in Mexico. They got more serious and got some help from the Air Force.

The fourth band member, Hiram “Rowdy” Roulston, is currently an aircraft mechanic on a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker stationed at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kan. With Roulston that close, he joined the trio,  which is now a quartet and plays rhythm guitar.

“Rowdy would come to practice with us all the time when he would be down from the Air Force. When it finally came down to it and it was gig time, we decided it sounded better with him in it than just us three,” Hoover explained. “It gave Omohundro and Compton more leeway on what they could do live.”

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