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Although they didn’t have a name yet, Sunshine & Bullets officially began the night that Rich, Amanda, and Kyle decided to make music in the middle of Kyle’s kitchen/dining room under an old chandelier. Rich and Kyle moved the heavy antique dinner table out of the way while Amanda moved the wooden chairs. All it took was one improvised song (later called "The Mechanism") to convince them to start the band that night.
After brainstorming over 1,000 potential band names, they chose the name Sunshine & Bullets to match the band's innate dual nature. Their music ranges from dark and heavy to peaceful and ambient, and Rich and Amanda both sing lead, harmonizing together with their distinctly different voices.
They quickly started playing shows, and built a cult following in various cities across the U.S. and made friends around the world. Rich earned the nickname "Ginger Loko" for his wild stage antics. They experimented with line-up changes, and eventually brought on Chandler to play bass to become a 4-piece. Although they had a humble beginning, playing shows at small bars for a handful of dedicated fans, they have since had the honor of performing at large music festivals in front of tens of thousands of people.
They released Triangulum Mechanism as an album inspired by their trials and tribulations as a band so far. The song "Go" was reviewed by Bubba the Love Sponge on a Nationally Syndicated FM program, and he said "I find your band one of the most brilliant bands I heard in 28 years of radio." The album finishes with the song they played their first night under the chandelier.
Sunshine & Bullets is proud to be endorsed by Dean Guitars, Gator Cases and DDrum.
Rich Keane Jr. (Vocals/Guitar)
Amanda Hamers (Vocals/Guitar)
Kyle Wolfram (Drums)
Chandler Cornell (Bass)
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