Bunnyranch

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Bunnyranch
Bunnyranch-24.09.2005-02-foto de JPCasainho.jpg
Bunnyranch performing in September 2005
Background information
Origin Coimbra, Lisbon, Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal
Genres Rock, rock'n'roll, garage, blues, soul, funk, punk
Years active 2002-2012
Labels ARTEZ
Members Kaló
João Cardoso
Augusto Cardoso
Pedro Calhau
Past members Filipe Costa
André Ferrão

Bunnyranch is a Portuguese rock'n'roll band originally from Coimbra formed by Kaló, Filipe Costa, Pedro Calhau and André Ferrão. After departure of Filipe Costa and André Ferrão, they were replaced by João Cardoso and Augusto Cardoso. The band was named after a famous American brothel called Moonlite BunnyRanch in Mound House, Nevada in the United States.[1]

Besides being very popular in Portugal, the band also toured Spain, the Netherlands and England. Their stage act is explosive and a hallmark of the band. A documentary film was shot documenting the band's career.

Members[edit]

  • Kaló - vocals and drums
  • João Cardoso - keyboards, piano and vocals
  • Augusto Cardoso - guitar
  • Pedro Calhau - bass
ex-members
  • Filipe Costa - keyboard, piano
  • André Ferrão - guitar

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2004: Trying to Lose [Lux Records]
  • 2006: Luna Dance [Transformadores]
  • 2008: Teach Us Lord... How To Wait [Lux Records]
  • 2010: If You Missed the Last Train

EPs[edit]

  • 2002: Too Flop to Boogie (EP) [Lux Records]
  • 2008: Teach Us Lord (EP) (from album Teach Us Lord... How To Wait) [Lux Records]
  • 2008: How To Wait (EP) (from album Teach Us Lord... How To Wait) [Lux Records]

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