Bracket (band)

Bracket (Band)

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Bracket is an American punk rock band from Forestville, California, formed in 1992. The band has consisted of lead vocalist and guitarist Marty Gregori, bassist Zack Charlos and drummer Ray Castro since its inception, with guitarist Angelo Celli replacing founding member Larry Tinney in 1999. Bracket has issued albums through Caroline Records and Fat Wreck Chords, with their most recent album released on Takeover Records in 2005.


Formation and Caroline Records era (1992–1996)

In the early 1990s while attending El Molino High School in Forestville, California, friends Marty Gregori, Larry Tinney, Zack Charlos and Ray Castro decided to form a band under the name High Output. Early on, the band played cover songs by Tom Petty, Creedence Clearwater Revival and The Rolling Stones, with their earliest performances appearing at weddings, bar mitzvahs and high school parties. The band's name was changed to Bracket prior to releasing the self-financed Giant Midget EP in 1993.

The following year Bracket released their debut album 924 Forestville St., which also marked the band's debut on Caroline Records, a label that released debuts by influential alternative rock acts, including Hole, Smashing Pumpkins, Wax and White Zombie. The album title is likely a reference combining the name of local punk rock mecca 924 Gilman Street with the band's nearby hometown of Forestville. The album featured "Warren's Song, Pt. 1" and "Warren's Song, Pt. 2", the...
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