the prof.fuzz 63

lo-fi rock from a north dallas garage

Squier Duo Sonic. Tuned to Open D. “Heavy” (but not really heavy enough) Fender Triangle pick. Vintage Vibe P90 pickup. This guitar is all over the new songs we’re working on for our next album.
Mask up and get your vaccine as soon as you can. We’re itching to play live and get back into the studio. Stay well!

What happens when DFW lo-fi fuzz rockers The Prof.Fuzz 63 hook up with north Louisiana’s experimental noise-pop darlings The Ian Quiet Review in a deserted pharmaceutical warehouse in downtown Monroe?

Only our Patrons know for sure. Get into the PF63 archive and in the know by becoming a PF63 Patron on Patreon!

So, you when you think of songs by The Prof.Fuzz 63, you probably think of inane ditties about pandas and owls, and (correctly) assume The Prof doesn’t have a romantic bone in his body. We’re going to try to dispel that popular notion on Valentine’s Day with a short pop-up set of six classic PF63 songs about peaches and cantaloupes, crushes on healthcare workers, honeymoons and wedded bliss, and sweet dreams.

Catch us at 8:00 PM Central on and get all gushy and wet. ❤

You Say “Hookah,” I Say “Hooker,” Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off…
or, The Night We Got Ripped Off by a Meth-Head “Promoter” in Indiana!

Available soon to our Patrons! Get in on the action (and into the PF63 digital archive) for only $5 per month.

Professor Fuzz with two really nice guys (not the meth-head "promoter") in Richmond IN
Professor Fuzz with two really nice guys (not the meth-head “promoter”) in Richmond IN

Thanks to our friend Bobby Speedy Gray for inviting us to perform on his “From the Basement” show on Radio Boise! We cheated and recorded our set from a garage, because we’re in north Texas and can’t have nice things like basements here… Tune in at this Friday, December 4, 2020, at 5:00 PM for the show. Our set is scheduled to air around 5:30, but you’ll definitely want to catch the whole show.

The Prof.Fuzz 63 on Radio Boise!

We’ve got a limited run of shirts with artwork by The Sleepy Redhead going out to our Patreon Patrons in early December.
If you want to become a supporting Patron, visit our Patreon page at and sign up.

*Anyone on the books by the end of November will get a shirt, in addition to fuzzy goodies from the PF63 digital archive (music, photos, videos, artwork, etc).

Thanks for your support!

Halloween 2014 marked the first public performance by The Prof.Fuzz 63. To celebrate this milestone The World’s Best The Prof.Fuzz 63 Tribute Band, The Dr. Fizz 36, are taking over PF63’s Twitch account to play a set of PF63 tunes.

These guys (and gal) are something else! Their attention to detail is astounding. You’ll be convinced they’re us!
Hell, they’re probably even better than us!

Saturday Oct. 31 at 8:00 PM on the PF63 Twitch channel:

Tune in, turn up, and ignore the super-spreader candy-beggars knocking at your door!
We’ll be watching right along with you to see what these folks are all about.

Our next livestream show will be at Satellite Fest 2020, brought to you (virtually) by our friends at Satellite Communications and Jay Satellite (of Hutto TX). The virtual fest starts at 5:00 PM on Saturday Oct 17 and runs until 1:00 AM. PF63 plays at 10:00 PM. Livestreams will broadcast from each band’s FB page AND from the event page:

For our Patreon patrons, if you’d like to request a song or two from the PF63 catalog, please message us and we’ll work it into our set list for you. The older the song the more lead time we might need to work it up for you.

As always, THANK YOU for your support, and STAY WELL.

We’ve spent a lot of time on FB during plague times livestreaming our music to friends, family, and fans across the world. Now, it seems, that The Zuck isn’t happy with his cash cow providing artists with a platform to share music, and with a change to the user agreement on Oct 1, he’s threatening to block videos and delete band accounts for “creating a listening experience.” Well, Fuck Zuck.

UPDATE: FB issued a “clarification” of the new user terms yesterday (12 Sept 2020) and said “Music in stories and traditional live music performances (e.g., filming an artist or band performing live) are permitted.” Regardless, we’re still on TWITCH!

We’ve opened an account on Twitch and will be test streaming there in hopes of moving our livestreams there for good.

Swing by and follow us. Once we get the bugs worked out, we’ll keep you up-to-date on scheduled and pop-up streams.