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Six Bar Break

Six Bar Break

Rock / Southern Rock / Alternative Enola, PA  US
Cocktail
Cocktail
That Woman Knows - Echoes of the South
That Woman Knows - Echoes of the South
That Woman Knows - Unplugged
That Woman Knows - Unplugged
Straight And Narrow - Echoes of the South
Straight And Narrow - Echoes of the South
Straight And Narrow - Unplugged
Straight And Narrow - Unplugged

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Cocktail - Live at The Field House

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Ben Bollinger

Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

RT

Bass

Steve Wargo

Drums

About

Sounds Like: Sick Puppies, Seether, Theory of a Deadman, Black Stone Cherry, Alice in Chains

Bio: Six Bar Break is an all original alt rock/southern rock trio. Drawing from an ever widening span of genre preference has created music that can only be described as uniquely their own. The band's personal differences are the strength that has built the riffs, beats and solos that seem to hum with...See Full Bio

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Q: Your songs are great. I listen to them when I am on reverb. How long have you guys been playing together? It sound like y'all be together for years. Awesome music, can't wait to here more!

A: Thanks for the compliment! As a band we've only been together since March, but we've all been writing independently for up to 20 years. Each of us brings a song idea as a drum or guitar part or vocal and then we jam on that until we can find the groove we're looking for. Each of us having a different musical genre background has really helped us to get a sound we couldn't have spawned on our own. -B

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Thu Jul 03 2014

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