Bob has performed on stage as a duo with Barry Manilow, and with members of Black Sabbath and Miles Davis' band, but as a juggler and not a musician. His musical credits pale in comparison and have been skipped but they do include many shows in the bay area at dozens of venues. As a hardcore fan of funk Bob focuses his efforts on creating eclectic funky grooves and filling them with bunnies and wolverines.
At the tender age of 6, Chris began his life in music by studying classical guitar. Throughout his youth, his ability grew through early practice and performance in recitals and shows, continuing into high school. There he discovered a passion for other genres of music, including The Blues and The Grateful Dead, creating a love for strong leads, rhythms and riffs. Exposure to exceptional lead players ignited his desire to excel as a soloist. In college, Chris learned to work the stage in numerous bands at parties and local bars.
While spreading his wings with lead guitar, Chris began to develop as both a singer and sax player, earning his chops at the legendary Berkeley Café in Raleigh, North Carolina. In 1997, Chris moved to San Francisco and added keyboards to his arsenal, making him a major addition to many local bands including Passenger, Shiver and Small Change Romeos. Throughout his musical growth his style reflects the influence of musical greats such as B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Trey Anastasio, Jerry Garcia, Brent Mydland and Maceo Parker.
Burning up the stage with ripping guitar leads, Chris now comes into his own as the lead guitarist for Atomatronic.
Victor's been singing around the Bay Area since days of yore in such notable projects as Hawaiian Vacation, Ruff Muff, The Reach Around, Pauls God, Nordic Prince, Mohawk City and the Mount Tam Ramblers before joining forces with The Atomatronic Particle Accelerator Photon Smashers. One of his musical highlights was during the nineties, while playing with Pauls God and opening up for Primus at San Francisco's now defunct The Stone, when Les Claypool had to squeeze past him through a narrow backstage passage while exclaiming "excuse me, you bastard". Victor hates everyone in the band, which makes for a truly exciting and creative musical experience.