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Bluebeard was originally formed by Barry Leech, Vincent Bitetti, Vincent Thomas-Penny, Gayle Hart and Danny Bogan. In January of 2004 Barry Leech took his own life and from that tragedy, the remaining four original members decided that the music should live on - not in spirit - but in reality. Producer Barry Fasman was recruited for keyboards and Ellington Erin (from San Gabriel Valley's Siddhartha) for frontman and lead vocal duties. We even enlisted long-time friend and associate, Gene Doc Snyder to write some poignant lyrics for a few new songs. Recently, Brian Barnum joined the band to replace Vincent Thomas-Penny and Lee Gordon has replaced vocailist Ellington for 2007 live dates and new recordings. Brian is also part of the band's history, having played in the Robert Barry Leech band in the early 1990's. Our music has been described as hard rock, pomp rock (Europe) and classic rock. In essence, we play Original Classic Rock - the music has a late '70's vibe but also has many '80's, '90's and contemporary rock textures and influences
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