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Band members Chad Urmston, Peter Hemibold and Brad Corrigan, a.k.a.Braddigan, consisting as a three piece, are all versatile and gifted to play each instrument.
Their music spread so quickly amongst college age fans because it is mixed with influences of reggae, rock, ska, folk, pop and funk. This metaphorical casserole of style has been noted by many become a reason for their grand success.
While this is admirable of buzz all by itself, the band deserves additional claps since all proceeds were donated to a charity cause for Zimbabwe, making this not only a achievement for the band, but for those in need.
"The Last Dispatch" was remarkable; it drew an audience in excess of 110,000 people from 25 countries like from as far away as Europe, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. The event which was likely to draw about 20,000, it had become the biggest independent music event in history and was documented in a feature film THE LAST DISPATCH.
They built their unbelievable following through a grass-roots DIY ethic that simply ignored the usual routes to rock stardom like major labels, radio airplay, MTV and mainstream media coverage.
With an increase in fan following, they began releasing albums on their own Bomber Records label. the four albums starting with Silent Steeples ('96), followed by Bang Bang ('98), Four-Day Trials ('99) and Who Are We Living For? ('00) that features the band's eclectic musical style built around their patented harmonies. They had sold a total of more than 600,000 copies in all.