BAD HABITZ
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BAD HABITZ

Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States | SELF

Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States | SELF
Band Rock Metal

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"My jaw is still dragging on the ground."

'My jaw is still dragging on the ground. The kids are awesome! I see a future in the music biz.' -Marc Golde (used by permission) - Marc Golde-facebook post (used by permission)


"Bad Habitz nominated for a 2012 WAMI in the "Rising STar" category."

Bad Habitz nominated for a 2012 WAMI in the "Rising Star" category. - WAMI


"Bad Habitz nominated for a 2012 WAMI in the "Rising STar" category."

Bad Habitz nominated for a 2012 WAMI in the "Rising Star" category. - WAMI


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Still working on that hot first release.

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Started as a family project 3 years ago, this brother and sister band transitioned out of the basement and onto the stage with the professionalism and polish of an adult act.

Classically trained, and heavy influenced by guitar greats of the 70's and 80's, frontman Zakk (age 13) is a rare performer. A talented singer and guitarist, his ability to captivate audiences grows with every performance.

Sister, Chloe (age 10) is pure spunk and attitude. A natural on the drums, this tiny girl hits as hard as any drummer twice her age.

Son of a professional drummer, Parker-Jon (age 13) is a natural musician-playing the bass with seasoned maturity. This kid can really bring it.

The newest member Tanner (age 14), a hard working and talented guitarist, has help transform the band into a 2 lead guitar band.

Bad Habitz stage experience began with performing mini-concerts at recitals. In a very short time, they earned the headline spot at the Heid Music, Kids Rock Show held in January, 2011 at the Outer Edge Stage in Appleton. There, sharing the stage with 3 other area youth bands, they lived up to their reputation as a polished and entertaining act.

During the summer of 2011, Bad Habitz was busy playing such events as: Kids Rock 2, the Home Grown Music Festival, Kids Rockn' For Kids, the Outagamie County Fair, and several private parties. In July, Bad Habitz placed 4th out of 13 bands at the Kimberly Paperfest Battle of the Bands competition-the only youth band to make the second day finals.

Bad Habitz began performing 4 hour shows at venues across the Fox Cities in September, 2011-drawing in crowds of 150+ fans. The band performs, on average, 1-2 full shows a month to shocked audiences.

In just 6 months time, their hard work and dedication earned them their first WAMI nomination for "Rising Star".

Together, this 3-piece band is a complete package of rare talent, good looks, and performance ability. Bad Habitz does not consider itself to be a kid act and after seeing them perform, neither will you.