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Basic info
Name Gonculator
Formed On 2002
# of Members 5
Homepage www.planetgonculator.com
Contact/Booking info
Name Jake Kodweis
E-mail gonculator@gmail.com

Gonculator pioneers a new and exciting genre of music. Rooted in rock from the 60s and 70s, they add a modern character to the ideals of the legendary artist. With succinct songwriting and lush harmonies, Gonculator explores themselves and the world at large. At times masked by poignant, humorous literal imagery, they depict both the serendipity and dark irony of being. Thriving upon a creative energy greater than themselves, Gonculator never fails to leave jaw-dropped and wide-eyed witnesses begging for more.

Jake Kodweis: Guitar and Lead Vocals
Derek Stoll: Bass and vocals
Cameron Griffith: Drums
Sean Greif: Guitar and vocals
Devon Tramell: Keys, Trumpet, vocals


Won First place in Hilton High School Battle of the Bands in 2003, and 2004. Won first place in California Brew Haus Battle of the Bands. Took first in MCC battle of the bands in 2004. Worked with Dave Fridmann in 2005. Played with Rufus Wainright at SUNY Fredonia in 2006. Cut First Album: Gonculator's Family Restaurant with SubCat Records in 2007. Currently signed to Fierce Little Records out of Syracuse. New album to be released mid-2010.

Gonculator has shared the stage with Rufus Wainwright, Damiera, Anathallo, Hopewell, and more.

Some stages/circuits include SUNY Fredonia's Fredfest; ATMA Rising Music Festival in Warsaw, NY; The Taste of Syracuse Festival; Music Appreciation Day Festival in Buffalo, NY; Lifeplace Revolution Tour.
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