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Brant Bjork And The Bros

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Brant Bjork … original desert boogieman decided to find a band to back his trip. The Bros is what they’re called . . .The Bros are what they are. Brant Bjork on guitar and vocals, Dylan Roche on bass and Alfredo Hernandez, formerly of Kyuss and Queens of the Stone Age, on drums. “Make no mistake . . . we’re a real band” Brant says. Musically speaking, Brant Bjork and The Bros bring it. Organic Rock. It Grooves. It Flows. It’s Psychedelic. It’s Tough. It’s Beautiful. It’s Classic. The future is now and Brant Bjork and The Bros are here.

Brant Bjork hails from Palm Desert, California where he began gigging at the age of 13. By high school Brant had begun Kyuss with locals Josh Homme, Chris Cockrell, (then later Nick Oliveri) and John Garcia. Kyuss was signed to Elektra and became the first desert rock band to achieve international success by spearheading a musical movement that brought heavy and psychedelic sounds back to rock and roll and served as a prototype for all “desert/stoner rock”. In 1993, Brant left Kyuss and moved to Humboldt to flip pizzas and play soccer. Too much rain moved him back to his natural habitat where he started an independent record label, EL CAMINO (now DUNA RECORDS); played drums in hardcore punk band De-Con; and played guitar with desert legend Mario Lalli in Fatso Jetson. In 1996, Bjork hooked up again with Homme, to begin the DESERT SESSIONS saga and work on what became Queens Of The Stone Age. However, Brant decided to take the road less traveled and rock with his surf buddies Fu Manchu, an adventure which took him into the studio for five records and around the world in four years.

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