HISTORY CAVERNOUS GROOVE Cavernous Groove began to take shape late September of 1998 when my brother Jimmy Lee Barela decided to move to the Pacific Northwest. In spite of our 10 year break in musical collaboration. Playing together again was like welcoming in an old and dear friend. First we worked on our acoustic Everly Brothers set mostly for our own enjoyment, late night camp fires and party jams. It was time to find a drummer and before long we hooked up with my old drummer Dave McCabe from 'DR. Grind'. After we had our first two rehearsals we all knew this was the line up we were looking for. Jim and I had just built our studio in my garage and bought some new digital recording gear and were ready to start pre- production on our CD. And at the same time we all had the itch to play live again. We all have years of live performance experience and missed it immensely. So with one hour of original music and two hours of good Rock&Roll we started gig'n again playing in the greater Seattle area finding that being back on stage was like coming home! We're back, better than ever before. We have just completed our Latest 11 song CD we're ready to rock and show the world what we've got to offer . And, that ours is better than all the rest! Cavernous Groove has had several small successes over the last few years, most recently performances with, Jeff Watson and Brad Gillis (Night Ranger),Eric Martin (Mr. Big) and Ronnie Montrose, (Montrose) at a wildly successful event in Sacramento Ca. We've won a few recognitions and performed at some memorable venues. Of course we have never given up the dream, and continue to put our growing original list on disc for all to hear and enjoy. Yours in Harmony, Cavernous Groove.
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