Baghdad Scuba Review
Baghdad Scuba Review
Consequently this started an improvised version of BSR in mid 2004, a group of rotating musicians dubbed The John Schneider Project. As a band that was known by most during its time as a very catchy and talented cover band, the same performers would eventually evolve, sending The John Schneider Project on its way to merely carry out an established band from the labor room; Baghdad Scuba Review. One of the first recruited members, bassist Erik Riedasch, a seed of pure ambition, was known to be the harness of such previous bands as Groovulous Glove and Minglewood. Soon after Chad Thompson, Lead guitarist, Singer/Songwriter and guitar connoisseur came to as an artful and masterful performer sent from The Green Situation and Minglewood. Following was Justin Gerstner, the logical and imaginative drummer that provides creativity, docking after his time with The Northern Pines Band.
The bands poetic percussionist Rob Bloch, also an equipment genius, dedicated himself after floating over from former band Groovulous Glove. Finally, from the band Runga Kutta, deviceful and decorative Keyboardist Jason Krueger joined as a musical craftsman who continues to add freshness to the sound of BSR. Since the band officially announced its name for the first time on New Years of 2005, Baghdad Scuba Review has won Battle of the Bands X at UW Whitewater. They were also recognized at the following well known festivals: Summerfest, Farmapalooza, the Grateful Garcia Gathering (3G Fest), the Ides of March Festival and the Grickle Grass Jam. As a regular gigging band, BSR has played at such well known venues as: The Annex (Madison, WI), The High Noon Saloon (Madison, WI) The King Club (Madison, WI) The House of Rock (Eau Claire, WI) and is a perpetual band at Mr.
Roberts (Madison, WI), which has become known to the band as home base since this venue is where it all began. One of the many Goals of BSR is to educate and wake up America through original material. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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