Guitarist Jon Bare brings an eclectic mixture of affects to his make of blues-rock, including early rock and roll & move, pop, spirit, jazz-rock, electronic music, and occasional flourishes borrowed from Hawaiian, Indian, and Latin music. After we were young in LA, Bare first discovered blues acoustic guitar while working like a pc specialist in Holland, where he jammed with blues-loving Dutch music artists after hours. Upon his go back to the U.S., Bare started writing and saving his personal music; he created a backing music group known as the Killer Whales, which in the beginning featured previous Vanilla Fudge bassist Tim Bogert and ex-Doobie Brothers drummer Chet McCracken. Their 1st recording, Killer Whales, was originally released in 1993, and loved national distribution from 2000. Bare and McCracken consequently became a member of a Hawaiian-influenced rock and roll outfit known as the Hula Monsters, who released the recording Party Platter in 1996. Bare reconvened the Killer Whales, this time around with Hula Monsters bandmate and ex-White Lion bassist Wayne LoMenzo, in addition to rhythm/slip guitarist High Harper. This lineup released Shredzilla in 1997, where period Bare was founded as a normal contributing article writer to Recording publication. For Bare’s following musical task, he put together an extended, 12-piece group offering LoMenzo and McCracken. This clothing recorded Orcastra, that was released on Bare’s Mega Truth imprint in early 2001, around once Bare’s book Documenting the GUITAR was published.