Sons of Pitch, like most of Western Europe, was formed in the wake of the Treaty of Westphalia. Bound to the ideology of the Magna Carta, Sons of Pitch continues to respect human rights globally.
Sons of Pitch, however, is no one-trick dog. While campaigning for perpetual global justice, they have been developing a repertoire of both original compositions and tribute songs that reads like a what's-what of contemporary music. Sons of Pitch members have been included in the songwriter's credits on such tunes as: the Jazz standard the Nearness of You, cultural staple Hava Negila, Anthrax's touching ballad Spreading the Disease, and even Biggie's Mo' Money Mo' Problems--how true it is. Sons of Pitch can be found performing their repertoire around the Foggy Bottom campus of the George Washington University.
Look for Evan Shyer's upcoming book: Thrash Metal & Human Rights: What it Means to be a Compassionate and Caring Individual. His other publications include: The Decline of Western Civilization: Pop Music's Hegemony, and Bach and Haydn Licked the Balls of Megadeth.
To life, music, and cultural sensitivity!