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Spakle is a San Francisco Bay Area band formed in early 2002 by Kirk Kepley and Kevin Fox. The two had been the rhythm section of the power punk trio 'Automatik', which disbanded after its primary songwriter, Rowe Morehouse, moved to Los Angeles in search of fame and fortune. Fox moved from bass to guitar, and became singer and songwriter. Keyboardist Steve Hadler, a friend of Kepley and Morehouse, joined and became the group's bassist. Ted Leonard, a friend of Fox, was added and this quartet played one show in mid-July, 2002. Terbo Ted, a friend of Morehouse, Hadler and Kepley, was recruited shortly afterwards and this quintet, playing guitar-oriented material penned by Fox, Leonard and Terbo, first performed live in November, 2002 in San Francisco.


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Who is that Hot harmonica player?    -Becky


Well Becky, if you go to their website you can read his bio. But his name is Ted Leonard and if his first album is any indication to his potential then you will be seeing lots more of Ted.


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