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RAMBLER / Bio

Formed in 2003 after Pat Terranova decided to take his songs and solo act to the next level . RAMBLER the band was formed one member at a time . Once Pat hooked up with Rich Pierce on guitar and vocals , together they slowly collected some of the most talented musicians in the area. Next member of the current line-up was drummer , James Porreca . James and Rich had been in several bands together prior most of note The Riegn and Gatsby Recording artists Mind Mural . Next member of the current line-up was Sam J. . Sam , a guitar teacher and a bondsman ( in a band of southern rock outlaws , he comes in handy more ways than one) . Next was bassist John O'brian , as a member of one of the most sought out cover bands in south Florida "The Storm" John is respected as one of the best bassist in the state of Florida and most bassists we know in the area have all been inspired by John , his vocal ability has also taken Rambler up another level as well. Last but not least , Rambler , after several years without keyboards , have added the talented and experienced Brian Webster , who was a touring musician back in the 70s opening for many great bands and even had the pleasure of jamming with The New Riders of The Purple Sage on many occasions while touring as an opener for them back in the day !

RAMBLER'S debut cd FIRST THINGS FIRST also features Mitch Farber on Guitar , Willy Lussier on Bass , Rikki Cuccia on Acoustic and vocals , and Rock and ROll Hall Of Fame Drummer , Artimus Pyle of Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Get your copy today at www.CdBaby.com/Rambler , make sure to leave a review of the CD as well !!

Keep It Southern !!

~R~

General Info

Band Members
Pat , Rich , James , Sam , Adam , John, and Brian
Artist Name
RAMBLER
Profile Page
https://www.reverbnation.com/rambler
Active Since
03/04
Genres
Rock / Southern rock, Hillbilly Rock, Country / Southern rock, Hillbilly Rock,Country

Contact Info

Location
Fort Lauderdale, FL

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