Buffalo Gun
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Buffalo Gun

Oviedo, Florida, United States

Oviedo, Florida, United States
Band Rock Rock


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"What You’re Doing This Week (Feb. 26-Mar 4)"

"This is a CD release party for Lonely Heroes, so great for them and everything, but motherfucking Buffalo Gun is on the bill, which is just about the best news I’ve heard in a while. Seems like these Oviedo beardo-rockers disappeared for a while, but they’re back (?) with their crunchy, redneck-tinged rock and I couldn’t be happier." - Orlando Weekly

"The Wildbirds, No Circus, Jupiter One, Buffalo Gun"

"The nod to the world of Southern 70's got its evening kickoff with this young, local band of classic rock fans. The foursome had a pair of ladies giving backing vocals- which was a nice touch- and a lead guitarist/vocalist who brought the heaviness into the air of the club. Bradd Shapiro is a man to watch, a guitarist with the blues rock battalion under his belt and a voice to match." - Ink 19


The Good - released 2008 featuring the singles "Buffalo Gun" and "Behind the Wall"
The Bad - released November 2009 featuring the singles "Son of the Gun" "Lock, Stock and Barrel" and "The Mercenary"
The Ugly - future release - scheduled November 2010


Feeling a bit camera shy


Buffalo Gun is not currently in your mom's music collection, although they have probably been in her bedroom...

The self-produced songs from this 4-piece Rock-a-saurus push dynamic boundaries and invade personal space; laced with gang vocals and guitar solos, the band force-feeds its listeners an intense dose of rock that's hard to swallow but they know is good for them. Buffalo Gun can be seen and heard at any of Central Florida's major music venues, including the Social, Backbooth, and the legend, Will's Pub, as a headlining act or supporting national acts like the Wildbirds.

Buffalo Gun broke musical ground in Central Florida in 2008 with the release of "The Good", the first of a three-disc set , with its partners-in-crime "The Bad" and "The Ugly" ready to ride close behind. This trilogy stays true to the band members' numerous rock influences, which include the guitar work of Mountain, Deep Purple, and Ted Nugent, as well as the songwriting of ACDC, Guns N' Roses and everything in between. Rumor has it in preparation for the three releases, Buffalo Gun took a ride in a Led Zeppelin that crashed it in Florida's alligator-infested waters, leaving the band members to fight their way out and live to tell the tale. And now they're after you.

You have been warned...