Multi-genre influenced musicians with loose morals
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Rural Kentucky brought together four oddities that juggle lights and sound to create a show that captivates the eyes and ears of the audience in a timeless fashion. Bad People pull from a wide variety of influences using inspiration as a map to guide the band and the audience through a cosmic landscape of classic and modern music. The belief that we are all inherently good may come through in their great musical performance, but this band knows everyone is a little bad in their own way. The soul-searching sounds of their psychedelic jams express fluidity that brings forth their name, Bad People.
Jordan and Billy take on the guitars in a way few ears have heard paired with Braun on the bass, all strengthened by Andrew on the drums. Over the past two years Bad People has played shows and festivals with more energy and emotion than can be described. From start to finish, is a solid, fluid motion of sound that paints portraits words can’t do justice. All former vocalists in other bands ended up here, as Bad People, jamming. There are no words for Bad People.
However, the oddities compile themselves on stage to tell a story, start to finish of one fucking badass experience.