A Chicago biker bar band with a distinct Southern Rock feel Established in 1977, the group initially comprised frontman Dirty Dan Buck, guitarist Mike Tafoya and Gil Pini, bassist David Angel, keyboard player Anatole Halinkovitch with Kent Cooper on the drums. The band cut just one album for Epic Records, 'Too Wild To Tame', which, although did not sell in numbers enough to maintain their deal, rapidly became an underground classic.
The Boyzz had a unique rock sound that presented every instrument to give a full, orchestra-like experience. "Dirty" Dan Buck's blasting vocals, insane keyboards from Anatole Halinkovich, and Mike Tafoya's guitar wizardry combine with Dave Angel's driving bass, Gil Pini's powerful guitar and Kent Cooper pushing it all forward on drums. This album captures Chicagoland's greatest live rock band preserved in an outstanding recording.
One of the BEST hard core ... biker-band rock & roll albums ever made. All songs are well crafted, musically superior to what you might expect from a biker band. These guys are the embodiment of hard core rock & roll. A must have for the die-hard rock & roll fanatics!