The ExHusbands

1979 – 1982

Live at CBGB, Max's Kansas City, and Wollman Auditorium

[group shot on some frat roof]
Left to right: Tex Lyon, rhythm guitar; Bill Wilfong, lead vocal; Bob DuCharme, lead guitar and backing vocals; Marc Fagelson, bass guitar and backing vocals; John Goff, drums.

Greatest Hits

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She's So Ambiguous


Under Wraps

Just Friends with the Girls


State of Shock

I'll Be Your Mirror

Execution Time

Rock and Roll Part 2/Nighttime

Static/I Can't Help It

Bonus Tracks


See No Evil/Rock and Roll All Nite

Louie Louie

"I'll Be Your Mirror" recorded at Max's Kansas City; "Rock and Roll Part 2," "Nighttime," "See No Evil, "Rock and Roll All Nite," and "Louie Louie" recorded at Columbia University's Wollman Auditorium; everything else at CBGB.

"I Can't Help It" by original ExHusbands bass player Tucker Fulwiler; "I'll Be Your Mirror" by Lou Reed; "Rock and Roll Part 2" by Gary Glitter and Mike Leander; "Nighttime" by Bob Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, and Richard Gottehrer; "Rawhide" by Link Wray; "See No Evil" by Tom Verlaine; "Rock and Roll All Night and Party Every Day" by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons; "Louie Louie" by Richard Berry. All other songs by the ExHusbands.

More Stuff

Mistakenly labeled as The Raybeats at Hurrah's, this video is actually the ExHusbands doing Pipeline and Static there on November 20, 1980. (Rest assured that the ExHusbands were all big Raybeats fans and flattered by the mistake.)

October 9, 1980 Columbia Spectator article ExHusbands Leave Home

Where are they now? Tex: Orlando (see also Eli White reunion video, which includes Tucker); Bill, Bob, Marc, John.

Pictures from a gig on August 22, 1981, at Max's Kansas City, plus a photo session outside of Max's in the park.

See ExHusbands posters and those of their contemporaries at Dave Cook's

No smiles, no parentheses, and no singing drummers.

[ExHusbands graffiti in CBGB dressing room]