Tragedy Ann Biography
Tragedy Ann is Mikee Bridges (lead singer), guitarist John Bronco,
bassist Shorty Valentine and drummer Gabe Wilson.
The group isn't in the business to for the money or fame, but to spread the gospel to kids in a way they will understand. While the members of Tragedy Ann reject the notion of rock star status, they also recognize the platform they have been given. It is a gift they do not take lightly. And it is a dichotomy they address in their song, 'Eugene.'
Tragedy Ann is a rock band who has been influenced by such groups as Foo Fighters, Cracker, Social Distortion, The Altar Boys, ACDC, and Smithereens.
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Seminal group from the turn of the Millenium | Reviewer: Ben Keyzer | 5/3/11
Tragedy Ann was terrific rock group. They progressed with every album they did.
It is criminal that they don't have a Wikipedia page. Will have to correct this! They mixed serious issues with light heartedness. Rock with melodic sensibilities. Country with hard rock n roll.
The band that proceeded them was called Sometime Sunday. They were even better with a sludgy grunge sound that shook the Christian Rock Market at the time (mid nineties). Their two albums Stone & Drain are must have's for any self-respecting grunge aficionado. What makes them extra special is the comedy tracks at the end of them - hilarious mock interview with a 80's Metal Band 'Skullhead' from Drain is lol funny.
Tragedy Ann was more mainstream & for me personally a little harder to get into. But I still like to make a CD best of for the car! They also funny hidden tracks.
Also check out the Star Wars band Twin Sister that was a side project.
'everyone says we're a metal, we're not a metal band. Sound garden isn 't a metal band so we're not a metal band...yeeeaaahhahahaha' A quote from Drain comedy track bonus phone messages!
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