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About The B Foundation
The B FOUNDATION was formed in 2001 in Arcadia, CA. With one thing in mind, taking over the world! With a few small changes over the last four years, the B FOUNDATION has found an awesome lineup and a well distinguished sound. The B FOUNDATION has played on many stage s since 2001, from your backyard to sold out venues across the country. From city to city the shows are filled with good people who know how to have a good time. Lead guitarist Gyl Bonus (formerly of The Family Dog) has one the most unique guitar styles in the music business. His fast fingers set the tone and energy for every live performance and his riffs are unmatched. Singer/Guitarist Patrick Stevenson is one of the most charismatic people in Los Angeles. His vocal range is amazing and his guitar playing is the foundation of the foundation. Patrick has developed into an excellent songwriter and his personal “take on the world” vibe can be heard in THE B FOUNDATION songs. The rhythm section is solidified with Bassist Jason Moorehead and Drummer Ian McGrath. Together the two are seamless on stage and in the studio. “The BFOUNDATION” released their first full length in March of 2004, Entitled “The Deep End”. It’s available at WWW.THEBFOUNDATION.COM and some LA record stores. Beginning in February of 2006 The Deep End? is now distributed Internationally in Japan. The B Foundation has also licensed their music to many different companies over the years and has an extensive film credit history. The B Foundation has been apart of many successful compilation cds, including “The One Big Family” album. The B Foundation has also been touring in support for many national acts including: Slightly Stoopid, Pepper, Common Sense, Long Beach Shortbus (Members of Sublime and LBDA), Kottonmouth Kings, OPM, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Fishbone, ZebraHead, English Beat, Authority Zero, The Skeletones, Dubcat, Half Pint, Bargain Music and many more. The B Foundation has also been the headliner at The Bank of the West Beach Games Featuring the U.S. Open of Surfing the last two years. With Summer 2006 now in full swing, the future holds a bright light for B Foundation. With anew marketing plan in place, an ever growing street team, committed sponsors, great music, an excellent production team and ever growing loyal fan base (you girls/guys are the best fans in L.A.) the world is getting smaller and smaller. Tracking, Mixing and Mastering for their new full length “Album” is complete and will be available momentarily and even before it’s official release, The B Foundation’s new music and new energy are proving to be well worth the wait.
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