Season of Chaos
While the majority of female bands continue to follow the mainstream pop and punk genres, Bully establishes themselves in the grunge/hard rock category. Since their emergence in December of 02', they have expanded their audience from local to global. Bully, is a band with dedication and drive, yet still maintains respect towards others and a good attitude. As a result, they have developed close relationships with all their fans, colleagues, and business contacts. The band is also involved in the community by participating in local benefits and supporting other local artists. They have performed in festivals and venues from Massachusetts to Florida, and continue to broaden their horizons. Bully is an all-female rock band with true potential. 2004-2005 turned out to be busy and ground-breaking for Bully. In 2004, they added The Norva, one of Hampton Road's most popular venues, to their list of places performed. In 2005, they participated in one of New England's biggest events, Locobazooka!!, sharing the stage with national acts such as "Disturbed", "Drop Kick Murphy's", and "Ill Nino". In 2006, Bully continued to play more medium sized venues such as Planet Rock, Berkley Cafe, Peppermint Beach Club, and Plan B, as well as open for more national acts such as Evans Blue, Rumplestiltskin Grinder, Herod, and LA Guns. They have built a loyal fan base in the regional area and plan on expanding towards the west. With Bully, you never know what is in store next. Some have compared them to Black Sabbath and Drain STH. With influences from so many different genres of music, Bully creates a sound that is hard to pinpoint. Their willingness to experiment, and their diverse influences have resulted in a flavorful set mix. Many of Bully's songs reflect more classic metal- the days of heavy and edgy guitars, melodic harmonies, and dark, angst-driven ballads. Although they ultimately aim to play all original music, they know a few crowd pleasing covers as well. Bully Is: Anita Ibanez- Vocals Bev Elliott- Percussion Marty Randall- Bass, Vocals Teresa Huffman- Guitar, Vocals.