The Handsomes are still around. I haven’t seen them since the taping, so I’m hoping the whole thing about guys just get more handsome has worked to their advantage. I can’t say enough about Pat the drummer, of Los Skarnales and Sound Patrol. I’ve seen him play in pit orchestras (I think Hair and Tommy). I wish I could remember his last name. I believe he teaches as well.
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