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This The Bleeding Feathers first time our to Lakewood and the awesome 5 O'Clock Lounge. We will be playing with our newest friends He-Chaw Frunk! More TBA.
June's Porch Rokr Festival was such an amazing success that we are now working to infuse Art in the Square with that unique Highland Square magic! Artists will be gathered in large clusters near the heart of the Square, while an eclectic mix of music drifts through the neighborhood.
The Bleeding Bloody Feathers are gonna be jamming at George's in Canton all night so come out and enjoy it with us! More bands TBA.
The Bleeding Feathers headline the Buzzbin Shop! Only this time with our newest friends Chrome Moses! More details TBA.
The Bleeding Feathers are excited to be back at the wonderful G.A.R. Hall!
Sounds Like: The White Stripes, Black Sabbath, Grand Funk Railroad, Uriah Heep, Led Zeppelin Official
Label: DIY Indie
Manager: We do that too.
The Bleeding Feathers began in late December of 2011, when Singer/Guitarist Taylor
Carano and Bassist Austin Glosik met via ReverbNation.com's artist website. At that time,
Taylor also received a recommendation from Chuck Auerbach to connect with local drummer
Tim Ellinger. The three musicians go...See Full Bio
Posted a new blog entry "Lead guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter for The Bleeding Feather..." http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/278112349
“Take a bunch of young Midwestern kids who probably learned their chops playing straight edge hardcore, get them stoned, turn them onto the proto-metal/hard rock-likes of Frijid Pink, Blue Cheer, Grand Funk and Sir Lord Baltimore, get them to play everything in quarter time and this would be the result. All I can say is that this very young band has a very old soul and whatever they are doing, it not only works really well, it’s completely anachronistic to the current trends burgeoning in today’s underground hard rock and heavy metal scenes. The band deliver six songs of straight up Sixties/Seventies inspired heavy psychedelic blues rock played from the heart. Keep it up, dudes! There are others like you out there!”