Presenting, The Bulldogs


18 Nov 2005, 17:49

The Bulldogs bring a stand-alone variety of rock ranging from soulful ballads to toe-tapping, high-energy rockers. Composed of guitarist and frontman Sean Mulligan with Mark Little on lead guitar, bassist Paul Bannach, and drummer Zak St. John. The quartet is currently putting the final touches on their second CD titled The Subsonic Reel. Their debut, Driving You On By, introduced fans to a young band from the Stevens Point area with the sole purpose of establishing themselves in the industry as a professional alternative to current party bands. Their subsequent EP release of Come On Brother, Come On Sister (which sold out shortly after it's release) met with great success in the local radio market, with the song eventually becoming the most requested song of local bands. Their current work is a signal that the band is ready to take the next step. Reviving the established hit from the Come On Brother... EP, and adding tried and true studio versions of what have become staples of their live performances, The Subsonic Reel promises to deliver what fans have been begging for from The Bulldogs for years.

For the past nine years, The Bulldogs have developed a flexible style of performance that allows them to quickly adapt from small pubs and clubs to large venues. The one thing that remains constant is their ability to interact with the crowd and project a real sense of happiness to the listener that makes them connect with the band, adding one more to the growing list of adoring fans. It's easy to become a fan of The Bulldogs. All one has to do is listen to the music and feel the intensity of the performers.

With the upcoming release of The Subsonic Reel, The Bulldogs hope to set out to once again connect with their loyal fans, all the while picking up new friends and fans along the way. Unlike many performers, The Bulldogs remain down to earth, in touch with their audience and fans. Approachable, friendly and professional, you will not want to miss The Bulldogs when they visit an establishment near you. To find out where you can catch The Bulldogs, sign up for e-mail news and updates, get information on how you can book the band, or just learn more about the band and it's members, you can visit their website at or e-mail them directly at


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