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Two Thirds of EVE 6 Return As ‘The Sugi Tap’

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After their unexpected break up just over two years ago, two of the three members of EVE 6 including the lead singer Max Collins and Drummer Tony Fagenson, have formed a new band called The Sugi Tap.

After their unexpected break up just over two years ago, two of the three members of EVE 6 including the lead singer Max Collins and Drummer Tony Fagenson, have formed a new band called The Sugi Tap. The band has been writing new material, and plans to preview some of it at an upcoming show at the Viper Room in Los Angeles on July 21st. Collins and Fagenson are excited about the new project, and are encouraging EVE 6 fans to come out and check out the new band. “For this show we wanted to get as many eve6ers in the area to come out and reintroduce ourselves to them through this show. We may even throw an old tune or two into the set.” Fagenson said recently. This show marks the first time Collins and Fagenson have played together since their finals shows together in 2004. The third member of EVE 6, guitarist Jon Siebels, is currently playing in the band “Monsters Are Waiting” (http://www.monstersarewaiting.com) EVE 6 released three album on RCA records, which included the hits “Inside Out,” “Leech,” “Here’s To the Night,” and “Think Twice.” After lackluster sales of their 2003 release “Its All In Your Head,” EVE 6 was dropped from RCA and just over a month later the band broke up. You can find out more information on the Sugi Tap at their MySpace Page at:http://www.myspace.com/thesugitap