There are at least two bands using this name 1. Broken Teeth is a hard rock band with a heavy AC/DC influence, formed in 1999 and led by Dangerous Toys front man Jason McMaster. The band have released four studio albums and one Live Album: Broken Teeth, Guilty Pleasure, Blood on The Radio ( Live ) Electric and Viva La Rock, Fantastico! with Danko Jones. Broken Teeth is writing and recording a new album, "Devil On The Road". The first single was released on ITunes in late 2012. http://www.brokenteeth.com http://www.myspace.com/brokenteeth http://www.reverbnation.com/brokenteethtexas http://www.twitter.com/brokenteethrock 2. Broken Teeth - Manchester version Another band also named Broken Teeth is located in Manchester. They have recently completed their 2nd European Tour, have released a 7" through Demon Spawn Records/Power Negi Records and are set to release a 2nd through Purgatory Records (BWP, Hang the Bastard etc) in 2010.
Pushmonkey came together in the early nineties at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas USA. Their first CD Maize was released independently in 1994. In 1996 they signed with Bill Ham and Lone Wolf Management (ZZ Top), and in 1998 they were signed to Arista Records by Clive Davis. They released their self-titled debut on Arista later that year and then began a touring schedule that took them out with bands like Godsmack, Fuel, and even landed them on Ozzfest. They have had several successful singles at alternative radio, including "Handslide", "Caught My Mind" and "Lefty". When Clive Davis was driven out of Arista in 2000, Pushmonkey left as well. In 2001, the band released El Bitché, which was well received at radio, in the press, and by their fans, now legion. And then, as the planets and stars came together - it was the Year of the Monkey. Darwin Keys • Drums/Vocals Howie Behrens • Guitar/Vocals Pat Fogarty • Bass/Vocals Tony Park • Lead Vocals/Trumpet Will Hoffman • Guitar/Vocals