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Band Details

Big Bad Wolf

Baton Rouge, LA

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The Band
Localband.net Member Since: March 26, 2004            Last Update: March 27, 2004
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Music types: Rock, Southern Rock
Description:

5 Pc. Dance, Classic, Southern and Blues Rock Act

From Baton Rouge,Louisiana

Featuring Baby-Boomer Music from the 70's and 80's.


Band Members:

David Furlow-Lead Vocals

James Jordan- Lead Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals

Brian Joseph- Rythym Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals

Bill Romano- Bass Guitar, Vocals

Billy Trux- Percussion

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Their News and Events
There are 0 upcoming shows on the Schedule
Latest News:
BIG BAD WOLF STRETCHES ITS' LEGS! ****

We successfully played our first job in Hammond, LA at the Some Where Else club, Friday Night, March 26th. A special thanks to Leslie and her staff. We had a great time with a fun crowd and will back sometime in June.

A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO NEIL AND LEAUXCO AND TO SCOTT GASKIN @ GREEN FROG PRODUCTIONS FOR THE BOOKING.

Their Music
Original Music? Yes
CD Recorded?  No
Record Label: N/A
Discography: No CDs entered
Their Contact Information
Alternate web site:  http://www.bigbadwolf.indiegroup.com
Contact Name:  Billy Trux
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Localities: Louisiana-Alexandria
Louisiana-Baton Rouge
Louisiana-Lafayette
Louisiana-Lake Charles
Louisiana-Monroe
Louisiana-New Orleans
Louisiana-Shreveport


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