Lloyd’s Lower Unit band

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great guitar-driven classic rock deep-tracks & hits from the late ‘60s to the early ‘80s

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AboutAbout
Minneapolis-based Lloyd’s Lower Unit was formed in late 2017 with the idea of playing ‘70s deep rock tracks from some of our favorite bands. Tired of hearing just the “hits” from these groups we felt it would be rewarding & fun to play the stuff you only seem to hear when an FM station does a band’s A-Z run-down. We therefore play the lesser-known tracks (as well as quite a few hits) from artists such as Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Bad Company, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Aerosmith, Neil Young, The Who, the Allman Brothers and others and are always working on new additions to our song list. You may even hear an instrumental or blues number or two.

Our 5 pc. group includes 2 electric guitars featuring lots of trade-off soloing plus spirited vocals and a solid rhythm section. We have an eclectic music mix and offer a loud, high-energy performance for your venue, be it a bar/club or party. Not afraid to jam either, some tunes get expanded with added solos and become a different entity each outing.

We are based in the south metro area (Rosemount, Mn.) but don’t mind traveling a reasonable distance to play for like-minded classic rock enthusiasts.

If you’ve grown tired of hearing bands play the same overdone ‘80s stuff then come & check us out; you may not know all of our songs but we know you’ll enjoy them.

Members


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Drums, percussion

Gabe M.

Vocals

Will P.

Guitar, vocals

Steve C.

Guitar

Mike S.

Bass

Lloyd Z.

Mgmt, promotion, complaint dept.

A/V Dept


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UPCOMING EVENTS

2021

***Fri February 19-Mainstreet Bar &Grill-Hopkins***
******************canceled******************

***Sat April 17-Mainstreet Bar & Grill-Hopkins***
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***Sat June 26-Mainstreet Bar & Grill-Hopkins***
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