Pierce Duncan recruited Johnny "Longboddi" Concannon and Nick "Laus" Weber in 2008 and 2009 to form Tax Brandywine, a three-piece rock band that describes it's sound as Last Wave Rock or Dub Rock. All three members had played in previous area bands before the Tax Brandywine project. Pierce's past bands had gone on to win notable competitions in the Indianapolis area while John played one full season on the Indianapolis Colts drumline and two seasons on the Indianapolis Pacers drumline. The band promptly released From Here to Navy Pier… in August of 2009 – an EP recorded at Helix Studios, a professional recording studio built from scratch by Pierce and his father, James Duncan, in the basement of their Noblesville, Indiana home.
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