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Meet the extraordinary members of The Bulkheads, a collective of virtuoso musicians. Andrew M. on drums/percussion, Blake J. on bass, Joey B. on keys and vocals, Jeremy M. on guitar, and Brian H. on brass. Their exceptional talents fuse to create a musical journey that defies genre boundaries, effortlessly transitioning from soulful ballads to high-energy funk that will leave you in awe.
The Bulkheads aren't just your typical band; they are a sonic force that has not only played alongside but also collaborated with regional jazz bands, poets, and hip-hop artists, pushing the boundaries of musical exploration. They've also had the privilege of sharing the stage with national acts such as The Soul Rebels, The Palmer Squares, and Dave Gutter. Prepare to be captivated by their transcendent sound and brace yourself for an unforgettable musical experience.
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Meet The Bulkheads
Andrew Morrissey | Drums
At age 10, music became a lifestyle—determination left him perfecting technique, musicianship and fluency nonstop. Andrew led his High School marching band’s percussion for two out of four years and placed in the 2013 WGI World Champions for percussion ensemble. Inspired by Neil Peart, Benny Grebb, Tony Royster JR., and Larnell Lewis, he enjoys the complexity of simplicity. Touring and playing for 15 years and session drumming for 5 years.
Blake Jennings | Bass
Raised on the Seacoast of Maine and New Hampshire, Jennings is a self-taught musician. His experience ranges in Guitar, Bass, Mandolin, Alto Saxophone. After years of playing in local bands, collaborating with hip hop artists, and producing electronic music, in 2019 he became the Bass player and one of the founding members of The Bulkheads. From thick driving bass lines, to low ambient tones and tie-dyed funk licks, Blake is always universe hopping with diverse sounds, and mixed genre vibes.
Joey Bonenfant | Keys
Bonenfant, a rather funky individual, was raised on legends like Billy Joel and James Taylor. From age 5 he was classically trained on piano. By age 10 he self-taught guitar, drums, and saxophone in the school band. Joey also sang in multiple bands ranging from folk, rock, funk, reggae, blues and soul. After a decade studying different styles and covering countless albums—he is now writing original material, such as upbeat party funk songs for The Bulkheads and developing his first solo album.
Jeremy B. Morse | Guitarist
Morse grew up on a wooded, rocky New Hampshire hillside where the music from his family stereo bounced off the trees reverberating into the night. After catching The Beatles “bug”, he spent his adolescence learning Neil Young songs, Santana licks, and performing at every family or school gathering that would have him. Jeremy performed in jazz bands and combos during and after college. Jeremy brings the right touch to the band’s sound, from soaring high notes and tasty chords, to a choppy rhythm.
Brian House | Brass/Percussion
BHouse grew up in the suburbs or Providence RI. listening to the sounds of Hal Crook and all the various horn bands that RI and MA had to offer. After graduating from Berklee College of Music he toured with NE reggae band Spiritual Rez for several years and joined Badfish for a national tour. Deeply rooted in reggae funk, he brings the love and energy for the healing of the nations through music.