with 30+ years of on stage experience. Rick Rael (lead vocals, acoustic / electric / bass, singer/songwriter) & Bobby Murray (drums, cajon, singer/songwriter, bagpipes, trashcan lids & tortilla maker) We love all types of music but mainly rock n roll-OLD SCHOOL with todays feel. Ricik & Bobby were members of the MCA recording artist FEMME FATALE- other groups include - BAD MONKEY, SEED, NXT, BOOGER and RISE OF SEEKALAE' Contact or booking info 505-804-8836 (Rick Rael)
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- Member since:
- May 28 2017
- Active within 1 month
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- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
- 57 years
Anything old school- Zeppelin, Bad, Co. Grand funk Railroad, Rolling Stones
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Rick Rael & Bobby Murray
Marshall stacks, Orange amps, Ampeg, thousands of guitars & whisky bottles, ten gallon hat, dancing girls.....and a glazed donut.....TO GO!
Calm Down Track number: 1 Year: 2017 Album: Rick Rael Genre: Other
This song was written about a falling out relationship with my son Joshua. We have since rekindled our relationship. I recall having an argument on the phone and the call ending when I stated: you know son, why don't you call me up when you calm down. After hanging up the phone I went on a long motorcycle ride on a late afternoon to clear my thoughts and write this song.
Forgive me Father
Forgive me Father Track number: 2 Year: 2017 Album: Rick Rael Genre: Christian Contemporary
Inspired when reading the Bible and the book of Daniel, While most people don't realize that our time here on earth is short, we are blind to what God has waiting for us in heaven. Daniel was a man of great faith and would not sway or compromise to his pagan leaders.
In a world
In a world Track number: 3 Year: 2017 Album: Rick Rael Genre: Christian Contemporary
Walk all over you
Walk all over you Track number: 4 Year: 1992 Album: Bill D'Angelo, Rick Rael, Bobby Murry, Phil Gibson Genre: Rock
Bill D'Angelo (Femme Fatale 1986-1989) wrote this beautiful song- RIP Bill.
Save my soul
Save my soul Track number: 5 Year: 1992 Album: Bill d'Angelo, Rick Rael, Bobby ,Phil Gibson
Ahhhh yes~ the good ol' Hollywood California, Van Nuys, Studio City rock n roll days if only the walls could talk, ohhh the trouble we got into and the hearts we broke- there were many!
New venue with Rise of Seekalae'