Boo Radleys House

Boo Radley's HouseBio:

Boo Radley’s House is a 4-piece progressive, heavy rock band hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area. Formed in 2009, they quickly emerged through the Bay Area music scene with their aggressive and unorthodox approach to heavy rock and their explosive and intense live performances. The music is influenced with elements of heavy metal, progressive rock, and alternative fusion rock. The band finds their definition in creating music simply meant to twist the mind and draw in the curious. The band consists of Bart Tramer (vocals/electronics), Eddie Rogers (guitar), Keith Hammond (bass/keyboard), and Cody Morrison (percussion). Within months of their debut, Boo Radley’s House became among the most sought after live acts of the North Bay area, sharing the stage with several internationally acclaimed groups, such as Tantric, Adema, Against All Will, Burn Halo, Sick Puppies, and others. 2010 saw the release of their first studio effort together, a self-titled EP. After nearly a year-long string highly successful live performances in the San Francisco Bay Area, BRH postponed performing in order to put their full efforts and dedication behind a full length concept album due out in 2012. Their first full-length album can only be described as a unique take on “aural literature” that is inviting, mysterious, and horrific all in one. The concept details a man’s journey through his personal crucible, as he wades through the darkest corners of his existence in search of the inner peace that few find. The band is currently preparing for the recording studio, and planning several live dates throughout the West Coast and beyond in 2012. Stay tuned, and “Welcome to the House.”



Bart Tramer – Vocals, Synth
Eddie Rogers- Guitar, Bass
Keith Hammond – Bass, Keyboards, Guitar
Cody Morrison – Drums


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