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|Elias "Bones" Andra|
Andra in 2010
|Also known as||Bones Elias|
October 15, 1973 |
Elias Andra grew up in Alamo, TX by the Rio Grande Valley and later moved to San Antonio, TX where Psycho Plague became moderately successful, opening for bands such as Evanescence, Orgy and Linkin Park. Elias moved to Hollywood in 2003. He later became of a member of Julien-K which includes the guitarists from Orgy and Dead By Sunrise, the side project of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington. He also currently revived his band Psycho Plague which showcases Elias's many talents as an all around musician.
He is also currently playing with the bands "Heaven Below" and "Vera Mesmer".
Elias has also started acting and has a small part as a drummer in Riz Story's independent film "Places on the Run".
Besides being a full-time musician, Elias is also a child abuse advocate and is a spokesperson for the non-profit organization Children Without A Voice USA dedicated to raising awareness and the prevention of crimes against children.
- Mapex Drums, Sabian Cymbals, and Vic Firth:
- 10" Tom
- 10" Tom
- 13" Tom
- 16" Tom
- 24" Bass Drum
- 14" Snare
- 14" Side-Snare
- 14" Sabian Prototype Hi-Hat
- 14" V-Hats
- 10" HHX Evolution Splash
- 17" V-Crash
- 18" V-Crash
- 14" AA Medium Hats
- 14" AAX Stage Hats
- 15" AAX X-treme Chinese
- 19" V-Crash
- Vic Firth 3AW drum sticks
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