the prof.fuzz 63

lo-fi rock from a north dallas garage

We’ve got a busy weekend coming up. Friday, August 6, we head West (of Dallas) to play at Main at South Side in Fort Worth with Crooked Bones and Cool Jacket. Saturday night we head West-er (or further West) to play a Covert Concerts event in Mineral Wells. It’s gonna be hot, literally, so mask up, stay hydrated, and rock out!

20210806: LIVE at Main at South Side (Fort Worth TX) with Crooked Bones and Cool Jacket!

20210807: LIVE at Covert Concerts (The Sill. 402 S Oak. Mineral Wells TX) with Clover Grove and No Compliance!

At long last, we return to our home base, GROWL Records/Division Brewing in Arlington!

Join us on Friday July 23 with the punked-up roots rock of The Koffyns, and the noise stylings of the enigmatic Most Efficient Women. We’ll try to end the night on a weird note, or maybe just offer some critical feedback… Music starts at 9:00 PM.

Panda Attack at Growl Records. July 23. 9:00 PM. With The Koffyns, Most Efficient Women, and The Prof.Fuzz 63.
Panda Attack!

Thanks to Tulips FW and The Go-Go Rillas for a fantastic first night back!

We had a blast making noise with the the great apes in the lovely space in Fort Worth. Thanks to everyone who came out.
We’ll be back onstage later this month at GROWL in Arlington (7/23) and Kick Butt Coffee in Austin (7/31). Stay fuzzy.

Photo by The Go-Go Rillas

It’s been a long and difficult year for most of us, but we’re excited to report that the First Family of Fuzz will be leaving the garage and hitting stages again in just a few weeks!

Come join us at our first show back for a FREE night of fuzzed up rock and roll at Tulips FW on Monday July 5th!

We’ll be joined by our friends Go-Go Rillas, who will bring beach balls and bananas and the most fezed up surf tunes north of Freeport.

Did I mention it’s FREE? Well, it is. See ya!

To celebrate the birthday of our OLD friend and overall degenerate Wade Driver (aka Story/Sonny), we’re gonna go live on FB tonight around 9:00 PM Central to play a few songs for Wade and friends.

The stream will originate on our FB page (and be shared to a birthday party event page as well).

Stop by. Rock out. Celebrate making through another year and welcome in the next one. As always, heckling from the comments is encouraged.

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!