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Basic info
Name Camel Clutch
Formed On 1999
# of Members 6
Homepage www.camelclutch.net
 
Contact/Booking info
Name Bruce or Steve Schaubroeck
Phone 585-785-3122
E-mail liquoredb@camelclutch.net
Misc Our drummer Curt works at The House Of Guitars and can be reached @ 585-544-3500 he also helps book shows

Description
Original Hardcore music with a twist of a 6-String Accoustic guitar..

Roster
Liquored B (Bruce Schaubroeck)-Lead vocals
Goom (Steve Schaubroeck)-Lead vocals
Chachi (Ryan Lamay) - Bass Guitar
Poison Shades (Eric Koutz) - Lead Guitar
The Fabulous Curti (Curt Smith) - Drums
Yogi (Steve Fess) - 12 String Acoustic guitar/backup guitar/Mr. fix it

Influences
we credit Biohazard, Slayer, E-Town Concrete, Elvis, Downset, Eastcide and the great White Lion for our inspiration and our love for music

History
Born and raised in Rochester, NY...Camel Clutch was founded by a group of friends all of having worked at The Great House of Guitars..They currently are working on releasing there first EP and playing regularly at the Penny Arcade as well as other venues..have played with many national recording artists such as Dope and Atreyu..They encourage there Fans and Audience too where War Paint at every show in honor of there Blackfoot Indian heritage and there great leader Chief Wad Owl (Blaine S)..Bruce and Steve have both also had a cameo appearence in the very successful Movie "Who stole The Chesterfield King" starring there good friends "The Chesterfield Kings" whom also recorded Camel Clutch's very first demo at there recording studio...currently looking too get in touch with other local and national bands to do shows in and out of Rochester, NY
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