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Andrew Phillip Tipton and Rachel E. Talentino married on December 24th 1897. Shortly after they formed a vaudevillian folk duo called "The Emus." They had a string of number 2 hits, including 'Cars, Stars, and Mars Bars,' 'The Titanic Sailed Away,' and 'Be My Clara Bow.' In 1922 they changed the group's name to "The Turtledoves" (with Groucho Marx on flute) and toured exclusively in Egypt. Around this time there was a scandal surrounding the single 'The more I see of men, the more I like dogs.' In 1966, after Marx had departed, "The Turtledoves" became the now infamous "Robbins." Plagued by the tabloids, Rachel found solice in the arms of an aging Marcel Duchamp; with whom she sipped brandy alexanders while he played chess. Andrew on the other hand was busy in South America bird watching with his cat Bruno. "The Robbins" went back to the drawing bored in 1977; catching the tail end of disco, and the birth of punk. 'The Punk Song' was the first single not to chart in America, but did surprisingly well in Ghana, Italy, and Holland. With the failure of 'The Punk Song' behind them, "The Robbins" became "The Sparrows," and settled into obscurity, performing on occasion for the diehard, loyal fans, and a weekly gig at Applebee's. In 2007, in a wake of confusion, and weirdness, which included but was not limited to some Australians, they changed their name to "The Passenger Pigeons." As the "The Passenger Pigeons" Andrew Phillip Tipton and Rachel E. Talentino strive to make music, which is both, beautiful in it's simplicity as well as lovely in it's execution...