Late last August, a group of guys from the general Williamsport area joined together to make some music. Jeans-and-T-shirt-clad high schoolers Justin Parks, Dylan Deneen, Josh Appenzellar, and Garret Cook eventually came to be the "straight up rock 'n' roll" band known as Fuze.
In the basement of Fairplay home of one of the band members, the band recently let Pulse writers sit in on one of their practices and pop a few questions to see what kind of sparks fly when someone lights this Fuze.
After the difficult search for a good lead singer, Dylan Deneen signed on around the beginning of the new year, bringing rough, husky vocals to the party, and a knack for writing.
Deneen, a junior from McConnellsburg, Pa., says writing just comes easily for him. "If something is bothering you, write it down and it's gone. It's a good way to express yourself." The other members help in the writing process as well, sometimes writing music for lyrics, or vice versa.