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Very listenable and quite enjoyable.

 

Bridge to Mars a power-trio from Stockholm Sweden.
JJ Marsh: Guitar/vocals
Robert Hansen Bass
Thomas Broman: Drums and cowbell
With influences like Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Yes, The Black Crowes, The Who, Soundgarden, Rush, Black Sabbath, Van Halen and yes … ABBA! they´ve managed to create their own unique sound.
JJ and Thomas played together when they were in Glenn Hughes’s band and also with the Hughes Turner Project.
JJ´s made nine albums with Glenn Hughes and the Hughes Turner Project and has written a number of songs for Glenn.
Thomas was in Glenn´s touring band for four years and also did two European tours with the Hughes Turner Project.
After having toured with each other for years, backing other rockstars up, JJ and Thomas thought it was time to do something together as a band, wich they did in 2013 and later brought in the bearded bass master Robert Hansen.
JJ´s previous work: Spellbound, Glenn Hughes, and HTP (Hughes Turner Project).
Thomas´s previous work: Great King Rat, Electric Boys, Send No Flowers, John Norum, Silver Ginger 5, Firebird, Humanimal, Joe Lynn Turner, Conny Bloom, Glenn Hughes, HTP (Hughes Turner Project), Michael Schenker.
Robert is also the bass player in the Swedish progrock band Beardfish and has been involved in many other projects.

 

https://www.facebook.com/BridgeToMars

 

http://www.bridgetomarsband.com/

 

 

 

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