Dexter Freebish Biography
Alternative-Rock band based in Austin, Texas USA, originally comprised of lead singer Kyle, guitarists Scott Romig and Charles Martin, bass player Chris Lowe and drummer Rob Schilz.
The quintet, after being signed to Capitol Records in March 1999, with the
single "Leaving Town" won Song Of The Year in the John Lennon
Songwriting Contest, sponsored by EMI Music Publishing, Maxell and Yamaha.
The single received a lot of airplay on several alt-Rock stations, consequently it broke The Modern Rock chart peaking at #25. The next year saw the release of their first full-length disc, "A Life Of Saturdays", which included another single, the Adult Top 40 hit "My Madonna".
The group's second effort, "Tripped Into Divine", arrived in early 2004; the set included the single "Prozak (Be Like Me)".
In October 2010 Dexter Freebish resurfaced with a new album entitled "Shine On".