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          <h1 class='display-1'><strong>This is just a Tribute</strong></h1>
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          <h3><em>to the greatest band in the World!</em></h3>
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        <p><strong>This is the evolution of the band known as Tenacious D:</strong></p>
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          <li><b>1985 </b>- Jack Black and Kyle Gass meet for the first time while both are members of the theatre troupe, The Actor’s Gang. There is initially animosity between the two as Gass feels that Black is a threat to his role as main musician for the troupe.</li>
          <li><b>1989 </b>- Black and Gass become friends after a trip to Edinburgh, Scotland. A deal is struck in which Gass will teach Black to play guitar in exchange for food from Jack in the Box.</li>
          <li><b>1994 </b>- Black and Gass write their first song together entitled “Melissa” after Black is dumped by his girlfriend. Later that year, Black and Gass write their second song together inspired by Metallica’s “One”, which Black says is the “best song in the world”. The duo spends three full days crafting “Tribute”, a comedic song that will help evolve their comedy music persona. Their first concert is at Al’s Bar and consists of the band playing one song, “Tribute”. They give the audience a chance to vote for the band’s name by choosing between several options. The name Tenacious D does not receive the majority of the votes but the duo forces it through anyway. Tenacious D records four songs and releases their first demo tape entitled <em>Tenacious Demo</em>.
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          <li><b>1997 </b>- Tenacious D makes their television debut when HBO airs <em>Tenacious D</em>, a half-hour series based on the band. Although three episodes are initially produced only the first one is airs due to creative differences between the band and HBO.</li>
          <li><b>1998 </b>- Tenacious D's profile continues to grow as they open for high-profile bands like Beck, Pearl Jam, and Foo Fighters.</li>
          <li><b>1999 </b>- HBO airs the second episode of <em>Tenacious D</em>.</li>
          <li><b>2000 </b>- Tenacious D lands their first recording contract, signing with Epic Records. The third and final episode of the <em>Tenacious D</em> series airs on HBO.
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          <li><b>2001 </b>- Tenacious D releases their first album, the self-titled <em>Tenacious D</em>. The first single from the album is “Tribute”.</li>
          <li><b>2003 </b>- The band releases<em>The Complete Masterworks</em>, a music DVD featuring their TV show, music videos, and live performances is released.</li>
          <li><b>2006 </b>- The film <em>Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny</em> is released along with the band’s second album which shares the same name. Although initially regarded as a box office bomb, the film later develops a cult following. In support of the album, Tenacious D tours backed with a full band for the first time.
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          <li><b>2008 </b>- Tenacious D releases their second DVD, entitled <em>The Complete Masterworks Part 2</em>, which documents the Pick of Destiny tour.
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          <li><b>2012 </b>- Tenacious D releases their third album, <em>Rize of the Fenix</em>.</li>
          <li><b>2015 </b>- Tenacious D wins the Grammy for Best Metal Performace for the song "The Last in Line", from the tribute album <em>Ronnie James Dio - This Is Your Life</em> dedicated to the late heavy metal legend.
          <li><b>2016 </b>- Black confirms that the band is working on a fourth album, expected to be released in 2018.</li>
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          <p><strong>"There's nothing you can really do to prepare to rock. Do you prepare to eat a delicious meal? Are you hungry? Then you're gonna eat it."</strong></p>
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      <p class='text-center'>Interested in learning more about this face-melting rock band? Check out their <a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenacious_D' target='_blank'>Wikipedia</a> page.</p>
  
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