Coudersport High School Graduate Jams on the Jimmy Fallon Show

Twenty-six year-old David Robbins, a former Coudersport resident and graduate of Coudersport High School, joined in with his fellow punk/indie rock band members of Titus Andronicus last night to jam on the Jimmy Fallon Show.

The band, Titus Andronicus, takes it’s name from the Shakespeare play Titus Andronicus. Rolling Stone magazine named the band one of the seven best new bands of 2010.

David was a Coudersport High School athlete, and at one point had professional baseball scouts checking out his wicked left-handed fastball. He was first introduced to members of the band while attending Bloomsburg University.

David plays both electric guitar and the keyboard, and can be seen in the following video from last night’s episode of Jimmy Fallon.

David is the guitarist on the left.


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