DemoTracked by Jason Kelly and Casey Kittel

Mixed by Casey Kittel

Lyrics and Music by Lethal Bark

copyright 2011 Lethal Bark LLC

Lethal Bark is currently writing and rehearsing in Washington, Please send us your email address to receive

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Lethal Bark’s Journopalooza set was performed by:

Tom Toles on drums and lead vocals.  Lee Drutman on keyboards.

Keach Hagey on backing vocals.  Pat Kehs on bass.

Amy Schildge onbacking vocals, glockenspiel, french horn and harmonica.

Emilie Stander on backing vocals.  Isabella Varnish on violin and cabasa.

"Bark" is

plunge-right-in quasi-rock with wry lyrics that explore the awkward interface between irony and sincerity where we are all currently trapped.

The best bark is the

lethal kind.

Tom Toles:

Vocals, Drums

Lee Drutman:


Mirna Galic:


Pat Kehs:


Amy Schildge: Vocals, Percussion, Harmonica

Emilie Stander:

Viola, Vocals

The musicians playing on the 2011 Lethal Bark demo recording are:

Come Closer 3:04

The siren song of

the summer.

Bombs Away 3:37

The ultimate revenge song.

In Style 3:53

A tragic narration from a narcissistic bridge burner.

*Oak Tree 3:04

A cautionary tale of deep rooted frustration.

*This song contains explicit lyrical content!

To see videos of these songs and more with lyrics, go to our new

Lethal Bark Channel on YouTube

Lethal Bark is available for download on iTunes, Amazon MP3s and other music sites now!  CDs are available for $5 upon request.

Also a special thanks to Mark Humphreys for assisting with our live sound mix, and Jeff Blakeman for the recording and post production of these videos.

Lethal Bark looks forward to playing out again soon.

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The following streaming audio is from our first demo recording.

You can see a YouTube video of each song with lyrics by clicking

on the song title. All songs are available for download

on iTunes and Amazon MP3s now!

Check out these new Live Performance Cuts

from the debut show of our new lineup at

Busboys and Poets on April 4, 2013:

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Lethal Bark begins 2013 with new songs and a new sound

featuring Tom Toles on drums and lead vocals, Lee Drutman on keyboards, Pat Kehs on bass, Amy Schildge on vocals + misc instruments

and introducing Steven Rubin on guitar and Holly Santillo on vocals.

Whether we are playing old Bark or new, the band continues to

present a unique look at Love, Self-love, Economics and Relationships

in every dysfunctional variety you can think of.

Thanks to everyone who packed the house at Busboys and Poets

in Washington, DC to see the debut performance of our new

lineup. We had a fantastic time playing for such a great Audience!

Catapult Love

Take Me To

The Beach

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Early Bark

Lethal Bark has been developing original music since 2011

when we recorded our first demo recording. We had a different

lineup of musicians and played several gigs including a show at

The Hamilton in Washington, DC as part of Journopalooza 2012.

Thanks to everyone who came out to see Lethal Bark at the Art Soiree Event on Thursday 4/25. We had a great time playing to a great audience on the rooftop of the Beacon Hotel. What a cool venue and a beautiful night.

Here are a pictures from the event.

You can see more by going to our Facebook Page:

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Only One Time

Come Closer

In Style

Bombs Away

Lethal Bark at Art Soiree

Beacon Hotel Rooftop

Washington, DC

April 25, 2013

You can see more photos on our Facebook Page:

You can stream or download audio from Lethal Bark’s performance at Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC on 4/4/13 by visiting our Bandcamp page:

Lethal Bark is evolving into a whole new musical experience.

Find out about what is coming at:

Lethal Bark will be back on stage soon with some new faces and a new sound playing songs from our upcoming stage show Catapult Love.

Click this link to read an interview with Tom Toles about Catapult Love:

WaPo Cartoonist Tom Toles Tries a New Medium: Musical Theater