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  <script src=""></script>
    <h1 id="title">Tenacious D</h1>
    <p> Greatest page in the world, but this is only a tribute...</p>
  <main id="main">
    <figure id="img-div"> 
        alt="Jack Black and Kyle Gass as Tenacious D in a still from the song 'Tribute'">
      <figcaption id="img-caption">
      Jack Black (left) and Kyle Gass (right) in a still from the music video of "Tribute"
    <section id="tribute-info">
      <h2> Information about Tenacious D and the birth of the song, "Tribute"</h2>
        <li><strong>1986:</strong>Jack Black and Kyle Gass initially met in Los Angeles in 1986 at their teacher's house, both members of The Actors' Gang theater troupe and as enemies.</li>
        <li><strong>1989:</strong>The Actor's performed Tim Robbin's and Adam Simons play "Carnage" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at Edinburgh, Scotland. During this trip, Jack and Kyle became friends and bonded over music. Kyle played Guitar and Jack wanted to learn. Once they got back to Los Angeles, Jack payed for guitar lessons with what young musicians desire the most....greesey $1 Taco's from Jack In The Box.
        <li><strong>1990:</strong>They wrote their first song called "Melissa" when Jack got dumped. It was not a comedic song, but it was the first step and "Tribute" came shortly after. When Jack was listening to the song "One" by Metalica, he mentioned to Kyle that this was "the best song in the world". Kyle replied they couldn't write the best song in the world. Jack refutes and says the could a "write a tribute". Three full days later, after many A-minor chords, the song was done and Kyle "knew the had something". Intially called "Responsive Chord", the duo rehearsed their comedy act.
        <li><strong>1994:</strong>At Al's Bar in the Summer of 1994, the band played their first live performance of "Tribute", their only song at the time. The duo also allowed to the audience to vote for their name. The choices were, "Pets or Meat", "Balboa's Biblical Theater", "The Axe Lords featuring Gorgazons Mischief", and "Tenacious D", a basketball term describing a robust defensive positioning. Tenacious D didn't get many votes but according to Jack the " forced it through".
        <li><strong>1995-1996:</strong>Using their momentum, they performed multiple headline shows thru out Los Angeles, and  Maynard James Keenan, the lead singer from Tool, invited them to tour with them. 
        <li><strong>1997:</strong>Tenacious D had become a household name in the Los Angeles music scene and performed residencies at The Viper Inn. During the bands time there the band started writing a demo with the song "Tribute" and even developed a friendship with David Grohl. The demo was recorded with Andrew Grossm and distributed to various record companies. The Demo had their songs "Tribute", "Kyle quit the band", "Krishna", and "History".
    For more information about Tenacious D, <a href="" id="tribute-link" target="_blank"> click here for Tenacious D Real Website. </a>


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