Lee Davis and Mike Fenzl started out learning to play music together back in the late 80's, and both developed a passion for playing and writing music. They have played in quite a few bands together, but never really could develop a working relationship with anyone else like they had with each other. In the 90's, they had a good run going, putting out a 5 song EP, known then as a four piece band called Fool's Paradise, and playing up and down the west coast of Florida. Sometimes making good money and sometimes making double cheeseburger money, but for Lee and Mike it was never about the money, it was about the passion and the adrenaline rush they got from playing in front of crowds, and having people hear the music that they had written. Whether it be for a small bar or large show, they just wanted to play.
Like life does sometimes, life happened. The band broke up, everyone went their separate ways. Several years passed by and Lee and Mike found themselves back together again doing what they loved to do, writing music. Being the perfectionists that they are, they have written more songs than they can even remember and always keep trying to improve their craft. While they were writing music, Mike was also putting together his own recording studio and trying to perfect the craft of recording. Through thousands of hours of recording and writing hundreds of songs comes If Tomorrow Never Comes.