Tigers Are Bad For Horses
|Washington, DC, United States
|Alternative Fidelity Music Group
| Lyell Evans Roeder
Mary Ellen Funke
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The band consists of Lyell Evans Roeder and Mary Ellen Funke who met at Georgetown University.
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