From Bubblegum to Sky was the solo project of indie-pop mastermind Mario Hernandez, born in San Antonio, TX in 1967. While attending high school in Alameda, CA, he began learning guitar, and with classmate Jamie McCormick formed the duo Teeny Records (later Teeny Hi-Fi), issuing their debut single "Weekend Go" in 1992. Later rechristened Ciao Bella, the duo scored a major pop underground favorite in 1997 with the LP 1, only to dissolve soon after; seeking to further fuse his twin obsessions -- American pop and Japanese kitsch -- Hernandez mounted From Bubblegum to Sky, releasing the single "My Thousand Years with Robots" in 1999. The full-length Me and Amy and the Two French Boys followed in early 2000. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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