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Bride of Chaotica returns to Curtis Hixon Park in downtown Tampa for a free concert on Tuesday January 13th from 7-9pm as part of the "Downtown Sounds" music series sponsored by the City of Tampa's Special Events department. Wielding a battered Epiphone B.B.King Lucille, long-time Bay Area guitarist Bill Bechtel conjures up the ever-evolving psychedelic rock fusion sonics with bassist/keyboardist Robert "Red" Redmond and drummer/percussionist Tim Tuthill that the band has specialized in since their first gig on New Years Day back in 2009. This show marks the debut of Bride of Chaotica's 2015 concert set, featuring exotic rockers from the band's first CD "Bamboo Transistor", new reimaginings of classic-rock faves and assorted scenes from imaginary movies.
Domain Pictures Presents: A benefit to help raise money for cancer research. This fundraiser will be a "scary-fun good time"! Costumes are encouraged to be worn! What we will offer you: Songs by Maya Sienna and music by Bride of Chaotica! Costume Contests (Categories- Scary, Funny, Sexy) Food and Drinks (Cash Bar) Door Prizes And the first viewing of Episode 1 of "The Grey Room Saga!" Great Networking opportunities as well! I wanted to do something like this for a long time (I lost both my Dad and uncle to cancer) and with a friend of mine losing her grandmother recently to this horrible disease, I thought this would be the best time to do this! $20.00 suggested donation either at door or PayPal (link will be up in a few days)! Let's have fun and help fight this war on cancer by Scaring it Away!!
Sounds Like: Pink Floyd, Mahavishnu Orchestra, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Return To Forever, King Crimson
Label: LFS/ Longview Records
Manager: Robert Redmond
Bio: Edgy, propulsive, psychedelic rock fusion defines the Bride of Chaotica experience. An intricate, vividly cinematic, modern sound informed by the spirit of rock and roll in the 21st century.
The band’s self-described “evenings of adventurous rock” feature episodic forays into the sonic unknown. ...See Full Bio
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“It's rare in the indie world to find world-class guitarists like Bill Bechtel. The star of this Tampa Bay instrumental trio is a virtuoso, doing the genius of spacey Hendrix brooding-to-shredding-to-noodling post-punk-psychedelica that Greg Sage gave The Wipers (only sans vocals), and betraying un-Sage like avant jazz leanings, too-such as "Ghetto Dogs". But this is not Weather Channel jazz-rock, or worse, guitar-store-salesman-check-me-out stuff; Bechtel exploits distortion, feedback, and atmospheric planes to set mind scenes, in concert with bassist Red Redmond and versatile drummer Tim Tuthill, so it feels like you're being taken someplace and not taken for a ride. Even covers of Bacharach/David's 1967 #33 for Dusty Springfield, "The Look Of Love" (The Zombies' BBC version is perhaps best) and John Lennon's 1966 Beatles' Rubber Soul classic "Norwegian Wood" are transporting/trippy in this manner.”