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After a 4-year break, one of the Southwest hottest bands is back together. In the short time since the reunion, KGB is already burning up stages across the land. Opening for such groups as 98 degrees, Tone Loc, Sixpence None the Richer, Bewitched and Everything at the 1999 KJ-103 Summer fest, or playing for the Blue Angel pilots at Aerospace America. KGB is becoming the most in demand bands in the southwest. 
Here is a brief history of each member.

JEFF BLOUNT  Lead vocals/guitar

A native of Oklahoma City, Jeff began playing in clubs and venues throughout the Southwest at the age of 14. His first professional band "The Fun" appeared on the Danny's Day television show, hosted by Danny Williams and entertainment tonight's Mary Hart when he was in the 8th grade. In 1988 he founded the original KGB that became a showcase band sponsored by Coors's Light beer playing across Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas. Jeff founded bands such as: Wild Youth, 12 o'clock high and RIF which played across much of the southwest.Jeff decided to bring back KGB after 4 years due to the continuing demand for this band. Jeff graduated from Putnam City North and University of Oklahoma with a Degree in Radio, television and film production. Teaches guitar and bass, runs his own recording studio and production company, develops websites, and is a member of the 
Church of the Servant in Oklahoma City.
Eric Johnson, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Buddy Guy, Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhodes, Flea, Bootsy Collins, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley, Robert Trujillo, Michael Hedges and too many others to mention!

Chris' musical influences at an early age. His childhood years growing up in California were spent strumming Gene Simmons bass lines with a tennis racket in Eric Senate's garage. While KISS was a significant childhood influence, Chris names Olivia Newton John's "Lets get physical", Pat Benetar's "Hit me with your best shot", and the porno movie "Taboo" as his biggest childhood influences. Adter an adolescence of playing saxophone adn Star Wars figures, Chris began to focus on getting laid. Heavily influenced by John Taylor of Duran Duran, Chris turned in his John McEnroe Pro Woody for a Yamaha 4 string bass guitar. Chris set out to be one of the best up and coming bass players in the area and, more importantly, to gain access to Elizabeth Carson's pants. Chris was asked to join the most talented band in high school, Last Exit.

KGB HOTLINE (405) 812-5333

PO Box 21050

Oklahoma City



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