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Bandit was a hard rock and metal act which lasted five years, since it was born in the summer of 1989 and disappeared in 1994. In their own words they were a mix of The Pretenders and Megadeth.

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Country: United States
History: 1989 – 1994
Status: Inactive
Style: Hard Rock/Heavy Metal

Biography:
Bandit was a hard rock and metal act which lasted five years, since it was born in the summer of 1989 and disappeared in 1994. In their own words they were a mix of The Pretenders and Megadeth.

Not much else is known about this band except that they played at the SXSW festival in 1992, in Kansas in 1993, and all the clubs on the Sunset Strip.

As for its components, let’s highlight Sara Marsh, who in 2001 formed part of Phantom Blue, and who is presently in The Iron Maidens roster, the female maiden tribute band, and The Little Dolls, an Ozzy Osbourne tribute.

Meanwhile Robin McDonnell has played with the rock band Pleasure for five years, recording two albums.

Lineup:
Cathy Montgomery – Vocals
Sarah Marsh – Guitar
Sece Foster – Guitar
Karen Chambers – Bass
Robin MacDonnel – Drums

Former members:
Candy – Drums
Tay – Guitar

Related links:
Bandit at Facebook
Bandit at Myspace
http://www.sarabaracuda.com

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3 comments

  1. Hi Cathy here. My current band is Rex Havoc from San Pedro .We didn’t disappear. We just took a break from each other to put it mildly. In 88, I started auditioning the girls who would answer the adds that ultimately led me to Sara, Karen and Robin. We were a foursome for 2 years. Then Karen introduced us to Sece and we just took off from there. In 91, Cathy won “Best Female Vocalist” and the song “Bigger Than Both of Us” won “Best Ballad”. Fortunately I was blessed and loved enough by my biker brothers in Topeka, Kansas to land a killer gig singing back up vocals for Black Oak Arkansas in the early 80’s. Yes the man himself, James Mangram. Jim Dandy to those in the know. He inspired me to write the song “Bigger Than Both of Us” Hector contact me if you need more scoop.

  2. I noticed that the time and date stamp are off on the comment I just left on bandit. It reads 12/05/2009 @1:15am. My clock and calender say it is 5/11/2009 @5:15pm. Maybe it is my internal batterry on my PC. Not sure. Anyway. Rock on sisters!!!

  3. Hi Kathy I’m discovering recinte BANDIT your band, I love those years in which to this great music, but I can not get their recordings, I heard some songs but I like to know mas.I need your help, thank you for your music and great greeting from Argentina.

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