Cinder formed in 1999 when singer Roger Young and lead guitarist Kenny Craig began playing bars and clubs around the Southern Florida coastline and writing songs for the album Soapy Tuna.
Cinder hadn’t planned to record a new album before No Business and Machine, admits guitarist Scott “Scooby” Bush, 53, of Nashville. Not after the Geffen/Interscope disaster and the shelving of their album "Break Your Silence"
But then they started jamming together after Bush joined the band about three or four years ago. And that changed everything.
“We clicked right away,” Bush says. “We just started writing and writing and writing.”
Young says he's just happy to be making music again. Music that rocks. Music he’s proud to perform, whether it’s on a huge national tour or just back home in Fort Myers.
“We love the life,” he says. “It’s always music. We’re very excited about going out again and doing this professionally.”