Former STUCK MOJO Frontman's BONZ Signs With ETERNAL SOUND RECORDS
Eternal Sound Records has signed BONZ — the new band led by original STUCK MOJO singer Bonz — to a record and a management deal.
BONZ' debut album will be released in the fall.
Said BONZ guitarist Curt Taylor in a statement: "Bonz, I and the entire band are so proud and happy to be a part of the Eternal Sound family. It is definitely a match made in heaven. With the staff at Eternal Sounds handling our affairs, both as a label and management, the sky is truly the limit."
In 2009, Bonz joined forces with Bobby Burns and Curt Taylor of PRIMER 55 and created KILLER IN THE WORKPLACE. The band would go on to record a full-length album and tour to support it. However, by 2011, it was obvious that it was not in the cards for the group to continue on. Bonz and Curt had developed a bond and musical chemistry that was undeniable, and after KILLER IN THE WORKPLACE, they decided to forge ahead and form the band BONZ.
Bonz - Vocals
Curt Taylor - Guitar
Erin Stagg - Drums
Don Leslie - Bass
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