Palooka is a sonic hurricane of big, thick, two-guitar rock, the way God intended it. At the forefront of this musical tempest stands Chuck Campbell, a vocalist whose melodies are drenched in raw emotion and soaring tenacity. Flanking him are Chris Quinn and Glen Logan, trading flurries of devastating and searing guitar punches reminiscent of a barroom brawl. The band’s foundation is rock solid, built upon the talents of Howard Binner on bass and the percussive mauler, Jason Reavis, on drums.
Palooka brings together musicians who’ve been haunting the Seattle scene since the pre-grunge days (yes, there was a pre-grunge Seattle music scene). Their musical DNA draws inspiration from their past contributions to bands like Overlord, Bible Stud, Slaughterhaus 5, Debutant, Razrez, and Nylon Kincaid.
In addition to their rich musical history, Palooka’s influences span a wide spectrum: from the timeless sounds of Elton John and Louis Armstrong to the electric energy of KISS and Cheap Trick, to the adrenaline-fueled rebellion of Evel Knievel.
The journey of Palooka is a testament to the enduring power of hard rock, and they continue to push the boundaries with their unmatched energy, soul, and grit. Strap in and get ready to roll with Palooka!
SOURCE: Official Bio