Riddlin' Kids Biography
Punk-Pop quartet formed in the late '90s in Austin, Texas USA by two friends, vocalist + guitarist Clint Baker and guitarist Dustin Stroud, the two planned to release the 5-track EP, "Any Day Now", in the meantime completed their new line-up by recruiting bassist Mark Johnson and drummer Dave Keel.
Riddlin' Kids quickly became popular in their native country thanks to the local alt-Rock station and the foursome began sharing stages with major acts like Staind, Ataris and New Found Glory. They eventually inked a deal with Aware/Columbia Records who released the band's debut full-length disc, "Hurry Up And Wait"; the record, which arrived in August of 2002, reached the #84 position on The Billboard Top 200 Albums chart and the lead single, "I Feel Fine", hit #35 on The Modern Rock chart.
The quartet returned in 2004 with their second effort, "Stop The World", before disbanding a year later.