Taz Bentley

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Patrick "Taz" Bentley
Birth name Patrick Bentley
Also known as Taz, The Taz
Origin Dallas, Texas, United States
Genres Rock and roll
Occupation(s) Rock and roll drummer
Instruments Drums
Years active 1990s–present
Labels Kirtland Records
Associated acts The Reverend Horton Heat, Burden Brothers, Izzy Stradlin, The Gentlemen, Loaded
Website Burden Brothers Official Web Site

Patrick Bentley, better known as Taz or The Taz, is an American rock and roll drummer, singer and songwriter. Taz is probably best known for his work with The Reverend Horton Heat, Burden Brothers and session work with Izzy Stradlin and Duff McKagan of Guns N’ Roses.

Taz’s currently performs and/or tours with Burden Brothers (drummer), 1980’s punk band Dwarves (drummer), Hell Texas (singer, songwriter) and 76 (drummer) which includes Terry Glaze (Pantera, Lord Tracey, and Raised by Gods), Kinley Wolfe (The Cult, American Fuse, and Lord Tracy) and Brian Harris (Queen for a Day, Lord Tracy)


With American Fuse[edit]

  • One Fell Swoop (2002)

With Burden Brothers[edit]

With Matt Cameron[edit]

  • "Theme From Wrong Holy-O" from Flyin' Traps (1997)

With El Diablo[edit]

  • $6.99 EP (1999)

With Hillbilly Hellcats[edit]

  • Our Brand (1998)
  • "The Darkside" on Big Monster Bash, Vol. 1 (1998)
  • Rev it Up with the Taz (1995)

With Loaded[edit]

With P. W. Long[edit]

  • Remembered (2003)

With Duff McKagan[edit]

With Pinkston[edit]

  • All That Causes Bruises (2002)

With The Reverend Horton Heat[edit]

With Sawyer Brown[edit]

With Izzy Stradlin[edit]

With Tenderloin[edit]

  • Bullseye (1995)
  • "Shotgun Willie" on Twisted Willie (1995)

With Bryan White[edit]

  • "You Are My Sunshine" on For Our Children Too (1996)
  • "Listen Now! Will the Circle Be Unbroken/I'll Fly Away/Jesus Loves Me" on Amazing Grace, Vol. 2: A Country Salute to Gospel (1997)
  • How Lucky I Am (1999)

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