Bryan Thomas | Soul Rock | Singer Songwriter

December 15, 2001

John Brodeur's Tot Finder, Julia Brown, Bryan Thomas

The Larkin. Albany, New York.

BT Band. 17K jpg.

Rockin' lots-o-tunes from the forthcoming album Ones and Zeros with Matt Loiacono (drums) and George Muscatello (bass). Plus some Black Sabbath for shits and giggles. It was a holiday party, after all.

Brodeur. 17K jpg.

TOT FINDER is an "Albany supergroup of sorts" - a collection of Albany's finest musicians, brought together for one night of great music. With John Brodeur on guitar & vocals, Adrian Cohen (Adrian Cohen Quartet) on piano and keyboard, Matthew Loiacono (Kamikaze Hearts) on mandolin, banjo, bells, vocals and hairdo, Stephen Orsini (Mother Judge, Grim Orchestra) on upright & electric bass, and Danny Whelchel (Amy Abdou Band, Refrigerators) on drums and accordion. The set included selections from "Tiger Pop", plus several brand-new and unreleased Brodeur compositions, as well as a few classic cover tunes. To top it all off, the evening was recorded for a possible release in early 2002.

Orange. 17K jpg.

There was no shutting down The Orange on this night. Huge rock takin' it into the wee hours of Sunday morn. Check out their debut CD "Big Space Mission" on Wednesday Records. Or else.

Punk ass clown fool. 17K jpg.

Troy captures souls in ones and zeros. Mackenzie is not impressed.

Bryan Thomas | Soul Rock | Singer Songwriter