Northern California indie rock band
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Broken House is a bay-area, indie rock band with a unique combination of technique and soul. The dynamic fusion of rhythm, progression and instrumentation is not just technically proficient but is an expression of giving, friendship and magic. Like a poet-philosopher, Broken House speaks of the highs and of the angst in life that contemporary society shares. From soothing songscapes to hard-driving rock, Broken House delivers a powerful and fun musical experience.
Jeremy has had music in his heart since early childhood. He got his first guitar for his 16th birthday, taught himself to play and has been writing songs ever since. His strongest musical influences are Elton John and David Gilmore. He has played with several bands including The Daisy Cutters, Squintin' and The Difference. When he is not with a band, Jeremy works on solo projects; writing and recording his songs and playing multiple instruments.
Dean started playing bass in 1968 and was heavily influenced by Jack Bruce of Cream. Dean still has his 1969 Fender Precision he bought to join his first garage band back in the day. Dean played with Rogue, in Michigan, for five years. Then with Marble Head, in New Jersey for seven years. Then finally made it out to California where his music careeer exploded with opportunities to play all original music with Astral Kitchen, Toki-Mono and now brokenhouse. Dean particularly enjoys the fulfillment of original music, but also enjoys playing with classic rock and jazz bands.
Jimy started playing the drums at four years old but didn't get serious until the age of 13. Over the years he has been in many different bands such as, Answers to Josey, Serf and James, In These Walls, ADD/C, Heavins Heels, Forged From Fire, and more.
His main influences are bands like Rush, Led Zeppelin, and System of a Down.
A life-long musician, Andy has played guitar since he was big enough to hold one. Inspired by his guitar playing dad, initially he was a single instrument player. When called upon to fill other roles in bands such as drums, piano and vocals he rose to the occasion and rounded out his musical prowess. Led Zeppelin, Marshall Tucker, ZZ Top and others make up some of Andy's earliest influences.