Bass , rhythm, drums and piano, it's hard to match Lynn's talent, especially
when you throw in his distinctive vocals covering screaming Clash songs or
quirky melodic tunes by Elvis Costello.
Overly bright and a wiseguy, he's hard to match musically or intellectually.
His internet handle APope56 reflects his unabashed confidence and ability to
wax philosophically about matters of politics, society and the conundrums of life.
He harbors his life in rural Palm Beach County at the end of a road that turns to
dirt and empties near the backside of Lion Country Safari.
His living room features a baby grand piano purchased for him by his wife,
known by the rest of band members as The Fabulous Babe (indeed she is.)
He and The Fab Babe run the bustling web company PagePartners.com.
Those who know him best call him Soul Gene.
|God Save the Queen
|A ripping live version of The Sex Pistols
monster song God Save the Queen.
The shows the the talents of Randy,
Lynn, Fred and Jim.
Performed in a long-since demolished
State Road 7 bar called The Shalazar, a
The rummies in the bar that night were
stunned and largely offended.
|Another ear-splitting recording played
in the docile and drunken environs of
The first time the band played in the bar
they had to remove a drunk sleeping it
off on stage behind a piano.
The Shalazar was marked by large sign
that featured a giant Aladdin-ish sword.
Other joints the band performed include
Sidepocket Sam's down by the Dade line
and a Oakland Park Blvd bar near the
|Lynn at his best
|A live version of the BoDeans Good
Work, a favorite band of The Fibes.
It's a fun song that again features a
strong vocal by Lynn and lead guitar by
Jim's drumwork drives this song.
Recorded live on a conventional stereo
cassette player .
Literally a bedroom recording.
|Sh#t from the Garage -- The Fibes -- By Alan Cherry Music
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|Randy, Lynn, Jim and Fred buy studio
time down in Miami to record a cover of
the X song Hot House.
They are pretty much at their peak at
Soon after the band broke up.
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