Stormbringer has done many shows and concerts, including the St. Pete Rib Fest and Taste of Pinellas at Vinoy Park, concerts at Coachman Park in Clearwater, Bike Fest and Poker Runs in Daytona, the Florida State Fair grounds, and various events in St. Petersburg, Tampa and the Florida Keys.
The best is yet to come...stay tuned!
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What band can perform the most iconic rock songs of all time? What band can play the most challenging hits that other bands would never dream to attempt? And what band has been thrilling local, national and international audiences for over 21 years?
The answer is Tampa Bay's Stormbringer band.
Boasting the very same members for the last 21 years, Stormbringer effortlessly delivers air tight renditions of hit songs like Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, Pink Floyd's The Wall and Bon Jovi's Livin' on a Prayer. A stunning concert act that also possesses a rockin' catalogue of non-stop party and dance songs, the band provides crowd pleasing music to perfectly match any large event.
Stormbringer features soaring lead vocals, crisp four-part harmonies, thunderous drums, dramatic keyboards and crunching guitars in their hundred-plus song repertoire. But the band has another amazing distinction that sets them apart from the others. Stormbringer is employed by rock's biggest artists to back them in concert when they don't use their own band. Legendary Classic Rock heroes hire Stormbringer because the music is reproduced and performed with spot-on accuracy and jaw dropping precision.
Here's what a few others think about Stormbringer...
|Loverboy's Mike Reno
(Turn Me Loose, Working for the
"Stormbringer delivers just like my band, Loverboy."
|Buck Dharma of Blue
Oyster Cult (Don't Fear the Reaper,
Godzilla) has worked with Stormbringer
many times over the years. Buck says:
"The guys sound amazing. They never let me down."
singer Mickey Thomas (We Built This
City, Nothings Gonna Stop Us Now)
performed with Stormbringer at Budokan
in Tokyo, Japan, said:
"They sound just like the record. Great vocals. Great band."
|Kansas front man and
violinist Robby Steinhardt (Dust in the
Wind, Carry On Wayward Son) has played
countless shows with Stormbringer:
"Stormbringer has backed me for years. They're the best in the business."