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About Bad Husbands Club
The Bad Husband’s Club (BHC), is a rock and blues band formed by Bassist/vocalist Len Senecal, originally as a one off to play at his annual “Catofest” Party. That was in 2000. Since then the band has had many incarnations leading up to the current one consisting of Len, keyboardist/vocalist Tom Wilson, dumber er I mean drummer Jim Grogan, Guitarist/Vocalist Bryan Honeywell, and Vocalist/Percussionist/Ladies Man Mark Winterstein. What started out as a party band is on the verge of becoming one of the premiere rock bands in Central and Northern New York. Playing cover songs from 5 decades and throwing in some originals (including the song that bears the band’s name), BHC is always a crowd pleasing rock band who leaves them begging for more. What do we play? We enjoy a wide variety of musical styles from the last 50 years. Besides our original material, we cover everyone from the Allman Brothers Band, Duran Duran, David Bowie, Bob Dylan, the Stray Cats, Coldplay, Traffic, Clapton, the Clash, Neil Young, the Stones, Warren Zevon, the Tragically Hip, the Band, Santana, BTO, and even Johnny Cash. We are always learning new stuff too and try to play those songs you love but wont hear every bar band play. So no matter your musical taste or age, good music is good music. And that is what the BHC is all about!
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