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Northwest music scene veterans guitarist Bobby C. and drummer Matthew Peteshel have joined forces with Robert McBride, Bassist, to make music, have fun, amd meet new people. The Trio is an energy packed group of veteran players that like to bring their own unique flavor to everyone's favorite songs as well as introduce their own time tested original hits to a new group of friends
The Bramble Brothers emerged as a musical force in 2007 as a fusion of Northwest bands. The members of the group at different times and places in various organizations have opened for a number of national acts, among them Rick Derringer, Missing Persons, Los Lobos, The English Beat, The Outlaws and Roger Fisher Band, as well as shared the bill with iconic northwest groups like The Allies, The Cowboys, The Heats, The Range Hoods, Randy Hansen and Jr. Caddilac to name just a few. Drawing on these decades of experience, they play original music that gets you on your feet as well as the classics that stir your soul.
Matthew Peteshel -- Drums, Vocals
Matthew's athletic style of playing is one of the first things people notice about the B-Bros, he is an accomplished musician, not only playing percussion, but is also a talented multi-instrumentalist, singer, producer, director, and songwriter. He has performed in venues of every size from packed stadiums to intimate club settings.
Robert McBride -- Bass, Vocals
Robert has a an instinct for laying a volcanic undercurrent to whatever song is up on the setlist, he has rich history of playing venues of all sizes across the great northwest. Robert not only covers the bass, but is also a multi-instrumentalist, arranger, singer, dedicated musicologist and student of music
Bobby C. -- Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Bobby has paid his dues on the local scene, He has an eclectic taste in music, art and culture, plays multiple instruments, and has an innate love for music theory, history, physics and performance.