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Tripping Daisy was a neo psychedelic pop rock band that was formed in Dallas, Texas by lead singer/guitarist Tim DeLaughter in 1990 along with Jeff Bouck (drums), Wes Berggren (guitar) and Mark Pirro (bass).
The band incorporated a light show similar to the „Fillmore Days“ such as hand made slide shows with multi layered 16 mm projections along with oil and water. This visual attention was present in the very first show and was the beginning of many multi media attractions to come. In 1992 Bryan Wakeland replaced Jeff Bouck. Bryan remained drummer thru the touring of „Bill“ and the recording of „I’m an Elastic Firecracker“ Mitch Marine replaced Bryan after 2 years of touring of said record. Phil Karnats was added to the band as an extra guitarist. Mitch toured and recorded one song („My Way“) as drummer. Ben Curtis became the final contributing drummer for the bulk of the bands recordings „Jesus Hits Like The Atom Bomb“ and self title „Tripping Daisy“ The band disbanded in 1999 after friend and member Wes Berggren passed away. Tim DeLaughter, along with bandmates Mark Pirro and Bryan Wakeland along with Jeff Bouck on percussion, went on to form the 24-piece symphonic choral rock group The Polyphonic Spree. Ben Curtis went on to join brother Brandon Curtis in the progressive rock trio called The Secret Machines.
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