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Big Light / Bio

San Francisco-based rock band Big Light first emerged in 2007 as a vehicle for aspiring singer/songwriter/guitarist Fred Torphy to get his songs into the world. The band would spend the next three years honing their sound and performing around the West Coast relentlessly. Now hailed as one of the fiercest young rock bands on the Bay Area scene with a growing national buzz, Big Light is poised to release its debut full length album, Animals In Bloom, through reapandsow on March 2.

Starting in 2007, Big Light quickly climbed the S.F. club circuit, going from bar gigs like Bottom of the Hill to headlining The Independent to playing support at the legendary Fillmore; they’ve shared bills with Spoon, Broken Social Scene, The Mother Hips, Dead Confederate, Everest and Howlin Rain to name a few. A hit on the festival circuit as well, Big Light has already performed at Outside Lands, Noise Pop, Wanderlust and the High Sierra Music Festival.

With its debut album, Animals In Bloom, Big Light has crafted a record that is catchy enough to land on the radio but adventurous enough to engage those who refuse to listen to it. A guitar-rock album at heart, Big Light took 10 of its best songs and used the studio to experiment, in some cases changing tracks drastically. Headphone junkies and audiophiles themselves, the band created a true “listening experience” that never feels fake or dishonest. They recruited friends to expand the arrangements where needed, including Umphrey’s McGee’s Joel Cummins on keyboards and ALO’s Dan Lebowitz on pedal steel. Longtime associate and Apollo Sunshine drummer Jeremy Black was brought in as a co-Producer.
-Aaron Kayce

General Info

Band Members
Fred Torphy, Bradly Bifulco, Steve Adams, Jeremy Korpas
Artist Name
Big Light
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/biglight
Active Since
11/07
Genres
Rock / Zouk / Healing & Easylistening

Contact Info

Location
San Francisco, CA
Manager
Chris Joseph
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