Harry DeBusk began playing bass around age 14 when he broke two strings on his guitar, and also realized that chicks really dig bass players. Despite his error regarding the latter, Harry soldiered on with bass, turning full-time pro at age 19. Heavily influenced by fusion music in the 1970s, Harry went back to school and studied bass with members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. After returning to the electric bass, Harry moved on to play with many top-tier rock groups in the Mid-Atlantic region. He has shared the stage with Eddie Money, The Thompson Twins, members of Boston, and many more.
After dodging beer bottles and bullets on nearly every stage in Baltimore and DC, Harry moved to Florida and talked his way into Brake Fail. The band members are happy to deal with Harry's PTSD gained from his work in Baltimore.