Overview: BUCKET was formed In an old converted barn turned recording and rehearsal studio in Tacoma Washington. The line up- Chris Hieder, Dion Strouse, Tommy Rosamond, and Bob D'Angelo , Rob Stone The first official recorded BUCKET music was on a self-titled EP demo cassette. This was a good catalyst and gig-catcher, and were actually the recordings that initially caught the ear of Seattles prodigal son, Mr. Jack Endino.
With the help of some new found networking, booking, and managing talent, BUCKET became a Pacific Northwest gigging machine doing over 200 shows per year. The boys quickly moved up the gigging and venue food chain, and were soon playing all of the major Seattle area rooms either opening for the headliner or heading the bill themselves. During this time the band wrote the material for their CD "Brother Fear" The engineer, producer and mixer was the well-known and bad-ass sound guru Jack Endino. With the promise of an unlimited bar tab and a free "Tickle me Elmo" doll, Jack had been lured into
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