Paging Mr. Herman
After the demise of the Pittsburgh based Ska/Punk band Skankin' Homer, drummer Drew Philp and guitar player Anthony Milarski teamed up with roadie turned bassist Tony Vinski in the fall of 2000 to form Paging Mr. Herman. After a few songs we're written they introduced the world to their own blend of indie rock, pop punk and ska with their self titled three song EP.
Once they were ready they took their act to the stage, opening up for such big names as The Pietasters, Frank Jordan, and The Vacancy, all the while building a very loyal fan base with their energetic live shows. Songs such as "Sooner or Later" and "Senseless" with their catchy choruses quickly became crowd favorites.
In the spring of 2003 the members of PMH decided to part ways, but it has been said that once a year they reunite for a private show for only the most loyal of fans.
In the meantime you can enjoy the fabulous sound of Paging Mr. Herman with their 10 song LP, Stupidurbia, released in 2004. This CD features a wide variety of songs including Senseless, Sooner or Later, and the ode to hermaphrodites, My Special Girl. Additionally, a digital-only recording of their 10-year Anniversary Reunion show has been released in 2013 and is available for free download.