Kris Orlowski
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Kris Orlowski


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Progression From A Child (Nov. 2004)
The Compromise (Nov. 2006)


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By combining the emotional intensity of a full band with engaging pop-driven melodies, Kris Orlowski has created a sound that is stirring and distinctive. The band features the charismatic front man, vocalist/guitarist Kris Orlowski, Brad Weise on bass and Tim Rummerfield on drums and percussion. The trio really shines during live performances and their memorable concerts have gained them a loyal following. The band appeals to a vast and diverse audience, with their catchy melodies, Kris’s engaging and charming personality, and a tight, focused rhythm section that lays the foundation for Kris’s nuanced vocals and guitar playing. The Kris Orlowski band members are well-schooled musical veterans with a combined professional musical experience spanning three decades and all styles.


Kris Orlowski has been playing guitar for 10 years and has been involved in an array of different musical experiences from church music groups, jazz bands, high school marching band leader (he went to band camp), to playing cafes, bars, theaters and large college venues. Kris recorded a full-length solo album in November 2004, Progression From a Child, and a six song EP, The Compromise, released in November 2006.

Brad Weise has been playing bass professionally since the age of 14. Brad hails from the L.A. music scene as a player/producer by way of San Francisco. Brad was trained classically, in jazz, and in the school of Led Zepplin. He has played with a variety of bands throughout California in the styles of jazz, rock and blues. One of Brad’s most memorable gigs was when he backed up Toshiko Akiyoshi in Santa Barbara in the 80’s. He was involved in the production of albums for two notable 90's L.A. groups, Ten Jinn’s Wild Man and Bahu Baru’s Blue Road (which received national airplay and national distribution). Also in the mid-90’s Brad co-founded one of the first internet record labels, NFP Records.

Tim Rummerfield has been playing professionally since his early teens in the coastal area of Oregon. After moving to Portland, he joined the Rock band Tongue N Cheek, laying down professional tracks and garnering airplay while performing at various upscale and smaller venues. After their break up, Tim relocated to Seattle working with several different bands including The Cindy Lang Band, Tri-State Killing Spree, Ruby Dee and the Snakehandlers as well as the Duenas-Gibbs Project.