A standout vocalist, Brandon found his voice at an early age. He was classically trained, taking voice lessons throughout his school years. A member of a renowned church choir Arioso, Brandon performed in venues and competitions across Oklahoma and beyond. After returning home from his Marine Corp tour, Brandon returned to the music scene, playing in local country and classic rock bands as a bass guitarist. Brandon stepped up as the front man of Rockford 6 and Potluck, before becoming a founding member of Bedlam.
Jim has been active in the Live Tulsa Music in several bands and has played on a few studio projects for various bands and songwriters, most recently with Hank Charles and Valcour Studios in Broken Arrow for Street Survivors (Soundcloud). He is a product of Tulsa Public Schools instrumental music programs, having played Trumpet and Guitar for East Central High School Jazz Band. Jim also writes, arranges, records and produces music, including demo tracks for local artists. “I’m a fan of good guitar players”; a couple of his favorites are Steve Lukather and Rik Emmett.
As a young boy, Stan found inspiration to pursue his music at an early age. The powerful guitar riffs of Jimmy Page, the pioneering sounds of Jimi Hendrix and the great melodies of Eric Clapton formed sculpted his perception of his future with the instrument. Stan purchased his first guitar, got some lessons from his peers and he was on his way. While in high school, Stan played in several “Garage Bands” playing numerous local gigs around Tulsa. Stan expanded his skill set to include bass guitar after high school, where he played in several Southern gospel and contemporary gospel bands, traveling throughout Oklahoma. He later joined another local band called “Rockford 6”, along with fellow Bedlam brother Brandon. Stan later co-founded the ban Potluck, which later rebranded as “Bedlam”. Stan is having the time of his life playing with his Beldam band of brothers and drives the steady groove of the band.
Steve enjoys long walks on the beach...that's where he ran across a guitar...which he fed because it looked hungry. It followed him home and now it's holding him hostage in a band!! Steve enjoys playing music with his Bedlam Brothers because it gives him the chance to sneak out messages for help. He hopes someday the guitar will allow him a bigger cage to sleep in at night!
Growing up in a musical family, Will began his musical journey at an early age, inspired by 70’s rock and country music. Will began singing in elementary school and in church, and continued through his school days, including his role as a lead vocalist in the high school performing arts team of “Meister (Master) Singers”, competing regionally. Will joined his first rock band “Chancellor”, which he fronted/played rhythm guitar. After a lengthy hiatus from music, Will renewed his musical journey as the front man in the popular rock group “Kamaro”, who toured the local music scene in Southeast Asia, for nearly a decade. Will assumed the drum responsibility within Kamaro, serving as the band’s front man and drummer. Upon returning home to the U.S. in 2017, Will resumed jumped right into the local Tulsa music scene, playing with a few local groups, until helping to found Bedlam.