Lee Davis and Michael Fenzl started out learning to play music together in the late 80's. That is when they both developed a passion for playing and writing music.
They played in quite a few bands in the 90's, and had a good run going. Known then as a four piece band called "Fool's Paradise", they put out a five song EP, and played up and down the west coast of Florida. At times they made good money, and other times they made double cheeseburger money, but it was never about the money for Lee and Mike. It was always about the passion for music, and the adrenaline rush they got from playing in front of crowds. Whether it be for a small bar or large show, they just loved to play.
Like life does sometimes, life happened and the band broke up. Everyone went their separate ways. Several years passed, and Lee and Mike found themselves back together again, doing what they loved to do, write music. Being the prolific artists that they are, they formed "Fretbone", and have written more songs than they can remember off hand. While they were writing music, Mike also put together his own recording studio and intensely studied the art of producing/engineering/recording and mastering, including one on one time with the legendary Bob Katz. Through thousands of hours spent recording and writing hundreds of songs, they created: "If Tomorrow Never Comes", their first debut album as a duo, which obtained #1 status on cd baby in their acoustic/blues catagory. The first released single "If Tomorrow Never Comes" also placed 21st in the cd baby's songwriter contest which had over 2000 entries. This overwhelming response by their fans has inspired them to continue in the duo direction.