Critical Bill

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Critical Bill
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Background Information

Origin

Info row 1

Genre

Rock, Rap, Hip Hop

Years Active

2002 - Present

Label

Westbound Records

Website

criticalbill313.com

Members

Powerdise
(aka Bryan Davis) - Vocals
Michael Scott - Guitar
Phil Thacker - Bass
Dan Lewis - Drums

About

No formulas, no fashions, no formats. Critical Bill, is a band loved by thousands of fans for being what it is. Real. At the suggestion of frontman Powerdise, Critical Bill took its name from a character in the 1995 Gary Fleder crime drama "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead." Since 2002, Critical Bill has brought its blend of dirty rock guitar, rap influences and hip hop beats to radio stations to countless live audiences all over the U.S. and Canada.

The band built a massive following headlining shows and touring extensively with the formidable Kansas City Rap King Tech N9ne. They've also been tour support for Buckcherry, Candlebox, DMX, Drowning Pool, Uncle Kracker, Powerman 5000, Ill Nino, Twiztid, Puddle Of Mudd, Sponge, Rehab, Hed PE, Dope and Saliva, among others.




Discography

CD's/Digital downloads:

  • The New Eternal (2014) iTunes
  • The Underground Kingdom (2010) Westbound Records Amazon iTunes
  • Downtown the World (2017) Westbound Records/Universal Records Amazon iTunes
  • 313 (2005) Westbound Records
  • Straight 7 (2003) Primitive Records
  • Pop Culture Voodoo (2002) Primitive Records


Videos

External Links

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