Honey Bucket was formed in 1993 by Justin Palicki (Vocals), Bryan Stratman (Keyboards), Matt Vosburgh (Bass Guitar), and Jason Marlowe (Drums). In 1997 the group added Mike Durica (Turntables) and in 2001, added Ibo Rodriguez (Electric Guitar) to the line-up. Over the years, the band would professionally record 3 full length albums, 2 E.P. releases, 2 music videos and would complete numerous road tours throughout the western U.S., in addition to feature performances in the cities of San Felipe and Rocky Point, Mexico and Vancouver, B.C. Over a span of 14+ years, the group enjoyed a vibrant and steady fan base, several corporate sponsors and a variety of media publicity, promotions and events. Honey Bucket defined a highly unique and energized form of music which would take many shapes of influence in a wide variety of genres over the years. By 2003, the band began to experience core changes in personnel, which would continue over the next 4 years; to include the addition of Jason Harding (Bass Guitar) as well as other artists filling openings for drummer and electric guitar. By 2007, the group would come to be disbanded after many exceptional final efforts by Justin Palicki and Bryan Stratman to exemplify the legacy that they were so integral a part in beginning the many years before. Today, Honey Bucket is widely revered as one of the most unique and diversely talented musical acts to have come out of the southwestern U.S. (most specifically Tempe, AZ and San Diego, CA) in the 1990's. No plans for the band to reunite are currently under consideration.