THE David Bowie Tribute band committed to giving you the ultimate Bowie experience!
SONG LIST: -Jean Genie -Look Back In Anger -Heroes -Suffragette City -Fashion -Changes -China Girl -Hang On to Yourself -Let's Dance -Moonage Daydream -Life On Mars -Rebel Rebel -Space Oddity -Ziggy Stardust -All the Young Dudes -I'm Afraid of Americans -Ashes to Ashes -The Man Who Sold the World -Starman -Diamond Dogs -Under Pressure -Modern Love -Fame -Young Americans -Golden Years -Cracked Actor -Sound and Vision -TVC-15 -White Light/White Heat -It Ain't Easy -Oh You Pretty Things -Rock and Roll Suicide -Breaking Glass -Absolute Beginners -Queen Bitch -Scary Monsters -Slow Burn and so on...
Price Range: $1000-$3000
Kessa Volland has previously performed nationally and internationally with a number of high school and college jazz, chamber and swing choirs. She has an undying passion for karaoke and underground rap music.
Phil Carter has played with Problem Child (ac/dc tribute), Harvest (Neil Young tribute), Loyal Sinners, and the DT's just to name a few. He has a ton of national and international touring experience and has been drumming for 20+ years.
Playing organ in Catholic school was Ken's first public performance experience. He proceeded to play for rock bands Suburban Noise, Random Aztech and Luke Warm & the Moderates opening shows for Soul Asylum and Fishbone. Bowie's "Changes One" was the cassette tape blasting in his Datsun B-210 as he drove off to college, so if it looks like he's having a good time with the Tribute Band, it's because the music is near and dear to his heart.
Bobby Yost has played all over the Northwest as a member of Mysterious Chocolate, Horror Business , and So Adult. He is a metal guitarist at heart but humors us with his funky Bowie grooves.
As a youngster, Walt’s first band, The Bubble-gum Rebellion, played a lot of the same tunes his other band The Walrus plays. After a twenty-five year hiatus from their grueling YMCA sock-hop schedule, he attended music theory, ear-training, and classical guitar performance classes at WWU. Currently he plays bass with The Walrus, solo jazz guitar at Skylark's, and takes the occasional sideman gig as a bass or guitar player for jazz, country, or rock.
Sean Meyer has been a member of two major label bands, Stefy (on Wind-Up Records) and The Nymphs (on Geffen) where he was afforded the opportunities to tour the world, make music videos, and eat well. He has played with his current band mates in many other projects thus hand picking his favorite musicians for The Super Creeps. Sean has been a rabid Bowie fan all his life and is fully committed to gifting the audience with the bands version of Bowie’s great legacy.
Annaliese Mortimer is a multi instrumentalist who has played with City Of Lost Children, her duo project with Sean, and her new band who will soon be sweeping the nation with their sugar pop sensibility.
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