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There is more than one Banderas. British and American. Only one group is currently active and making rocktacular music.

1. Dune buggy pirates with their grappling hooks aimed at the monolith. Banderas is a rock n’ roll ensemble comprised of such celebrated modern day folk heroes as Jeremy Constantinople, Jesse James Ramsey, Cu Silvio, T.R. McHenry, and Donkey. A swaggering, sexual tyrannosaurus unleashed upon the juke joints and the speak easies.

It’s a big dirty world.

Banderas is a big dirty band.

Banderas formed in ‘05 after the constraints of the member’s previous local Cincinnati bands fell to the wayside of musicianship and natural evolution. the results are what has been coined “dune boogie” a blend of get out and dance garage rock, swaggering desert tinged stoner rock, and everything else grandiose along the way.

Spending the first year honing their craft live, Banderas shows became things of cult legend. Stories quickly surfaced of the band’s line treading nature and thier ability to figuratively and literally set the local bars on fire. Banderas found themselves in high demand and became a go to group to open for established touring acts and the headliners for the Poison Room’s Toxic Fest as well as Cincypunk VI. The buzz culminated in late ‘07 to Banderas winning the Cincinnati Entertainment Award by local newspaper Citybeat for best local hard rock band, an award they have thus far been nominated twice for.


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  • Eyerex

    Just ripping my CD collection and forgot i had bought Ripe back in the day such a good album

    25 Jun 9:22am Reply
  • Carneiro_

    The Comfort of Faith ALWAYS MY JAM!

    23 Oct 2014 Reply
  • Gab1701

    Amazing that people still remember the songs from the 90s. I always loved the album "Ripe".At that time I recorded a whole mc with the song "This is your life" :-)

    6 Nov 2012 Reply
  • JeroenKlomp

    upped some new pics, vote for them to be higher sand even take over the fuzzy one above ;-)

    13 Apr 2010 Reply
  • JeroenKlomp

    Camilla Kerslake as well as co-writing albums with Claire Tchaikowska and Richard Northen. I have recently completed an album of string music for Boosey & Hawkes and am currently writing my own album."

    13 Apr 2010 Reply
  • JeroenKlomp

    from Sally Herbert's myspace (Caroline Buckley was the singer): "Started off touring with The Communards on the Violin, and went on to form The Banderas with my drinking partner from the Communards, Caroline Buckley. We managed to release one album in the 90's including the single 'This Is Your Life'. I've worked as an orchestral arranger for the past 10 years for some inspirational artists including : Radiohead, Manic Street Preachers, Florence + the Machine, Travis, Robbie Williams, Zero 7, Kylie Minogue and many more. I've carried on writing... adverts, short films, songs and for theatre and dance companies. In the past couple of years I have co-produced and arranged albums with Mike Hedges for The Priests and ...

    13 Apr 2010 Reply
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  • elichrome

    One of the great bands in Cincinnati, OH right now, The music scene there is proving to contain a great amount of talented, diverse young musicians. Not sure how to do it, but check out some of the other bands on from Cincinnati and you will know what I mean.

    26 Jul 2008 Reply
  • elichrome

    someone needs to separate the two somehow! f them girls!

    24 Jul 2008 Reply
  • scoonieapu

    There is a Banderas in in Cincinnati Ohio as well. So thats why some there might be some confusion

    13 Feb 2008 Reply
  • Madoxmen

    who's that boy? banderas are two girls

    12 Feb 2008 Reply
  • MelancholyRose

    May This Be Your Last Sorrow is their best I think. But it is also very relieving that someone has written such a simple and true song as Why Aren't You In Love With Me? an alternative to all the baby I love you so and why did you leave me? songs, for those of us who don't even get there in the first place! :´-)

    25 Jan 2008 Reply
  • mcgregori

    Please somebody help me!!! I have looking for this music since I've heard the first time! Why Aren't You In Love With Me - Banderas were can I find it?

    22 Nov 2007 Reply
  • BriKov

    To true. I still listen to this often years later. Why Aren't You In Love With Me, especially seems universal.

    17 Sep 2007 Reply

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