The Bleeding Feathers
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"Bloody Well Right"

"a raw amalgamation of distorted guitars and growling vocals deeply rooted in the ’40s and ’50s blues and rock ‘n’ roll stylings of old masters like John Lee Hooker and Howlin’ Wolf. Other assorted influences include rockabilly pioneer Gene Vincent, Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, and Black Sabbath, with a touch of hard-edged ’90s grunge mixed in for spice."
- - Douglas J. Guth, Buzzbin Magazine (Sep 13, 2012)


Discography

The Bleeding Feathers EP (2012)
Songs Streaming on:
www.reverbnation.com/thebleedingfeathers
www.undergroundmusic.fm
www.cannon.fm
www.bearcastradio.com
www.blacksquirrelradio.com.
Recording and releasing a full length album in 2013.

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The Bleeding Feathers began in late December of 2011, when Singer/Guitarist Taylor Carano and Bassist Austin Glosik met via ReverbNation.com's artist website. At that time, Taylor also received a recommendation from Chuck Auerbach to connect with local drummer Tim Ellinger. The three musicians got together for a jam session, and formed the band that very day.

The group's first songs were originals written by Taylor prior to the band's formation, along with some cover songs. The band soon started writing riffs and songs together, forging their own new sound rooted in blues, rock 'n' roll, punk, grunge, and rockabilly. They played their first live show together on January 27th, 2012 at JB's Concert Club in Kent, OH; and have performed in Akron, Canton, Cincinnati and Youngstown in the subsequent months.

In April of 2012, the Bleeding Feathers recorded their debut E.P. with engineer Rick Fuller in Akron, OH. The E.P. featured six original songs, and was mixed and mastered by Fuller as well. The E.P. was released to an eager public on September 8th, 2012 at Annabell's Bar & Lounge, with excellent sales and fan response.

The Bleeding Feathers went through a mutual separation with original drummer Tim Ellinger in January of 2013. Drummer Mike Godward, a member of Taylor's side project The Amazing Pickups, stepped in to take Tim's place.