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Big Stick

Big Stick
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Big Stick is comprised of two artistic and creative people, John Gill and Yanna Trance. The duo emerged in late '86 with their timeless classic hit titled "Drag Racing". The record got plenty of college airplay in the U.S. and healthy radio attention in England and parts of Europe. The duo signed with Blast First/Mute Records and enjoyed critical acclaim and success on foreign shores.

Big Stick penned the title track for "The Devil's Jukebox", a very nifty 7" box-set collection that included rare treasures from Big Stick and other artists from the Blast First Record's roster. Artist extraordinaire, Robert Williams featured a Big Stick track on his vibrant and colorful "Chrome Smoke & Fire" double LP picture-disc set. The Robert Williams picture-disc set was a hand picked compilation of Robert's all time favorite hot rodding tunes.

Big Stick continued to release successful "alternative" (for lack of a better word) releases through the 90's. Songs like "Crack Attack", "Hoochie Koo Time", "On The Road Again", "Summerday" and "Petula" all became frequent rotaters over the liberal airwaves here and abroad. Big Stick has toured England and Europe, and has done sporadic gigs in the U.S., including a stateside tour a couple years ago with My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult and guest record jockey Traci Lords.

Big Stick's John Gill appeared in a film by Holly Hardman titled "Seaschell Beach". John played the abstract role of being the "confused conscience" of the movie's leading lady, "Sally Seaschell". John Gill and Yanna Trance have recently completed a film score for the feature film Besotted. John and Yanna are also concentrating their collective efforts in recording new Big Stick music tracks. The duo is extremely busy working in the recording studio, creating new music for your listening pleasure.

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