Fletch: Guitar/Vocals

Ted Marcus: Drums/Vocals

Mo Goldner: Bass/Vocals

The sound that is Absolute Shower began taking shape way back in the eighties when British guitarist Fletch co-founded The Vampires with Steve Voice, bassist of legendary punk band, London. This spooky power-pop trio gigged extensively around England and released the single "Harry's House" on The Next record label before splitting in 1984.

Fletch was soon recruited by former Jam drummer, Rick Buckler, to join his new band, Time UK, following the departure of Danny Kustow (Tom Robinson Band). A residency at the famous Marquee Club in London followed, as well as actual radio hit "Playground of Privilege," TV appearances including BBC's "Saturday Superstore," recording sessions for the single "You Won't Stop," produced by Nigel Gray, (producer of the first three Police albums) and the album "One More Time." After moving to New York City, Fletch began a career as a recording engineer and after years on the other side of the glass, began jamming again with his longtime friend, ex-Frank Tovey drummer, Mark Jeffery. From these sessions came the single "Oil War" and a band name, Absolute Shower.

Needing a bass player and full time drummer, Fletch turned to his friends, Meat Puppets drummer, Ted Marcus, and bassist, Mo Golder, from Wicked Cool artists Spanking Charlene.

Ted Marcus joined The Meat Puppets when they first reunited in 2006, replacing their original drummer, Derrick Bostrom. Ted appeared on the album "Rise To Your Knees" and its follow-up, "Sewn Together," and toured extensively with the band in the US and Europe until he left in late 2009.

Mo Goldner formed Spanking Charlene with Charlene McPherson in 2007.
Their debut record, "Dismissed with a Kiss," was produced by Eric "Roscoe" Ambel. Mo recently recorded new tracks with producer and E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt  for an upcoming release on Van Zandt's Wicked Cool label.