School of Fish was an alternative rock band which formed in 1989 and disbanded in 1994.
The core members were Josh Clayton-Felt and Michael Ward who would play club dates in Los Angeles, California as a duo accompanied by programmed drums and bass. The band signed with Capitol Records in 1990, and released their first single on that same year on 7-inch vinyl. Their self-titled debut was released in March 1991, followed by their first single, "Three Strange Days." Also during the same year, they appeared on a KROQ concert disc called the Acoustic Christmas. Their second album, Human Cannonball, was released in 1993. The album did not sell very well and was not as successful as the self-titled album. Shortly thereafter, the band broke up.
Singer Josh Clayton-Felt died on , 2000 at 32 of testicular cancer. His death effectively ended any hopes of a School of Fish reunion.
Guitarist Michael Ward went on to play with John Hiatt and eventually became a member of The Wallflowers. Chad Fischer went on to form the band Lazlo Bane, most known for original opening credits of the TV show Scrubs. He also performed music in the Garden State movie soundtrack. Christopher MacDonald, who played bass with the band on tour, but did not play on any School of Fish recordings, records synthesizer space music under the name Telomere.
Josh Clayton-Felt - Vocals & Guitars
Michael Ward - Guitars & Vocals
Dominic Nardini - Bass
M.P. - Drums (aka Michael Petrak)
John Pierce - Bass, Cello
Josh Freese - Drums
Chad Fischer - Live Drums
Chris MacDonald - Live Bass
David Lipson- Original bass player - 1989
Craig Aaronson- Original drummer - 1989
School of Fish
Live in L.A.'
US Modern Rock
US Mainstream Rock
"3 Strange Days"
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"Take Me Anywhere"