BUDDHAMAN INTERVIEW WITH REVEREND BLACK JACK MCBRIDE FROM 2 IN THE CHEST 06/06/2017
WILD WEST STORIES
Brought to life by
2 IN THE CHEST
Reverend Black Jack McBride: Guitar Lead Vocals
Mortimer J. Butterfield: Bass Backing Vocals
Velvet De Blonko: Drums
Jameson Jack Coburn Lead Guitar Backing Vocals
Jereamy Wilson: Our City Radio, Phoenix 2013
True stories of the old west come to life on stage when
2 IN THE CHEST performs.
2 IN THE CHEST is making quite a name for themselves. When you go see a show it’s way more than just the music, it’s like busting open the swinging doors of a Saloon in the 1800's,
bellying up to the bar, and not only hearing the amazing music but listening to stories from the old west that they tell during the performance. Everything
2 IN THE CHEST does is part of that story. The characters, the clothes, the vibe…all are pieces to the incredible puzzle that this band has put together.
From beginning to end their set is a pioneering journey through the past, and everyone from young to not so young leave a 2 IN THE CHEST show with a smile and a never ending memory of the fantastic time they had.
They have a great eye for art and how to tie it in with the music that they write. Even the bands logo was meticulously hand crafted. Fronted by Reverend Black Jack McBride, this band of dead pioneers which by the way each have their own stories, makes every show well worth the cover to get in whatever it may be. Both audibly and visually…you will not be disappointed.
With Mortimer J.Butterfield on the bass and Velvet De Blonko, on the drums The fingers of Jameson Jack Coburn on the lead guitar,and from time to time special guests, 2 IN THE CHEST knows how to put on a show! With their hard driving Southern Metal sound and their ghostly theatrics, they are sure to blow the britches off everyone in the building, and have them walking out of the building with a
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Just one of the many Halloween shows for your many metal musical tastes. With heavy rockers Fatal Malady, Rob Zombie tribute AmEricAn ZoMbie, and 2 in the Chest—this “wild west” rustic metal band is one I’ve been wanting to check out ever since one of the members won at the Heavy Metal Television VJ competition—this show will be chock full of costumes and on-stage horror masks. Rounded out by Ashes of the Dead and Buttonface.
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11/12: 2 in the Chest release show
Now, anytime you claim to be the world’s only anything, it’s bound to raise some eyebrows if not questions. But “the world’s only rustic outlaw Southern hard rock/metal band?” Sounds pretty reasonable – especially if you throw in one last qualifier: “whose new release consists entirely of songs based on actual stories from or otherwise related to the Wild West of the 1800s.” As their Facebook bio puts it, “When you go see a show, it’s way more than just the music, it’s like busting open the swinging doors of some 18th-century saloon.” But wait, you say, the 1800s are the 19th century.
Don’t be that guy.
As guitar-playing vocalist Reverend Black Jack McBride says, “We are a full concept band head to toe, from lyrics to logo.”
They’ve been playing in the Valley since 2009. The CD they’re releasing at this Yucca Tap Room show was a year and a half in the making, recording at Steampunk Audio Labs in Glendale by producer Casey Weaver.
The Reverend and Velvet De Blonko, their drummer, are married and have a child with extreme autism. They formed 2 in the Chest in part to raise autism awareness.
Details: 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. Yucca Tap Room, 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe. $10.