Possum Dixon

First used as an outlet for relieving job anxieties among friends, Possum Dixon ballooned into the big time when Interscope signed them on the strength of their L.A. club tours. The band's neo-new wave pop style first appeared in early 1993 on their self-titled debut. Rob Zabrecky was the vocalist and bassist, Robert O'Sullivan handled the electric piano, Celso Chavez played guitar, and Richard Treuel was the drummer. The band's third full-length album, New Sheets, appeared in 1998. ~ John Bush

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