Brock Butler was born into this world in the year 1979, significant only in that Brock could later brag that he truly was a child of the eighties. It would only be eight years later that Guns N' Roses would release their masterpiece, Appetite for Destruction, and in turn, open Brock's eyes to the possibility of a career in guitar soloing.
Brock's first band, The Corporate Sugar Daddies, rose to cult status in the King George area of Virginia while he was in high school. The band released two albums, the breakout debut, Flow, and the follow up release, The Corporate Sugar Daddies. CSD broke up after being passed over for an appearance on NBC's Saved By The Bell - a crushing blow to the group that was already dealing with the pressures of being a hip, local high school act. The rejection from Saved by the Bell knocked the band down and they never really got up. The only thing left do was move on.
After graduating from High School a year early, and finding that substitute teaching was not his bag, he decided to move South and go to college. Brock kissed King George goodbye and made his way to Savannah, GA for what would eventually become a turning point in his life. Brock enrolled in The Savannah College of Art and Design where he pursued and obtained a degree in video and film production as well as a minor in sound engineering. This of course is when and where Perpetual Groove was born, but that's another story.
The reluctant front man of the band has a wicked sense of humor, a passion for movies, music, video games and books about other musicians who share a passion for movies, music, video games and books about other musicians who share a passion for movies, music, video games and books about other musicians who share a passion for movies, music, video games and books about other musicians who……
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