Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Tetrafusion: progressive rock musicians from Shreveport-Bossier gathering resources to make rigatonical record

Here's a worthy project: Tetrafusion, one of the hardest rocking quartets in the region, is asking fans for contributions, trying to make $3760. They want to track a level-changing record.

If you are a fan of virtuoso rock - once typified by Yes, King Crimson, Emerson, Lake & Palmer - you will enjoy Tetrafusion's thundering attack and complex melodies.

Keyboard player Gary Tubbs is a musical wunderkind. His partners in the band are also amazing musicians.

Having proven themselves first-class writers and performers with the album Absolute Zero, it's time for this quartet to make an album with a producer who can lead them through the regional gates into the fields of global joy.

We recommend their quest.

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