Hey, Girl. I'm Andy, aka Dallas Rivers. I grew up in Hudson, Ohio and currently live in Dallas, Texas. After the first iteration of the band, I put on my cowboy boots for 3 years and rode my horse around Dallas, while trying to figure out what to do with my life. Then, I went on a vision quest in Northwest Texas for 8 years and discovered that not only is my spirit animal a rabbit, but also my place in life is to help other people find places to live until the rock solid, guaranteed millions/billions of dollars come from JEWAM. After all, we are a Hit Machine, Girl. I was able to use my low sexy bass voice to convince a girl that she should marry me a few years ago and we chill in DFW with our dogs, Pledge and Lily. Yeah, Girl - that's a bass' life right there.
FAVORITE MEMORIES OF LUCKY:
1) At a sleepover we had a long time ago, I remember Lucky sprinting past Doc completely naked to take a shower after Doc has meticulously laid out his items for showering, forcing Doc to wait another 15-20 minutes right before he was going to jump in the shower. That was hilarious, and often times I think that's a great description of Doc and Lucky's relationship, though I couldn't really put into words why.
2) Lucky has been an artistic genius since he was a small child, with his first literary contribution being the award winning novel series "The Adventures of the Nerdprize".
FAVORITE MEMORIES OF DOC:
1) One of my favorite memories of Doc was his "bachelor party" where we basically had him do shots in each bar we went to, and after the 9th one he ended up puking by the street. It was also a great time to council him on the road to marriage, using street signs as conversation points. "Sometimes your life turns right, sometimes it turns left, sometimes it takes a u-turn."
2) While it involved Lucky, Doc, and I, I remember recording skit tapes with Doc in my basement for hours on end and we called ourselves the Pure Nonsense Crew. We thought our stuff was amazing at the time. Upon finding and listening to these tapes, I've discovered we were a terrible, terrible comedy troupe.
FAVORITE MEMORIES OF JP:
1) The first memory I have of JP is during our 11-day recording trip to Ohio, where we all shared one hotel room. JP turned over to us at like 4:30 in the morning and said "We should make a song called "Hole In One" about golf, but make it about...you know...sex." That was gold. It really proved that he got the real heart of JEWAM.
2) At the first JEWAM photo shoot, we all held hands like a good boy band should. One of my favorite quotes from JP is, "This is literally the gayest I've ever felt in my entire life."