The Biggerbetterfastermore Story Cleverly disguised as a humble Baltimore bar band, for five years BBFM has been slyly showing audiences that something can be unusual and still good. Picture if you will a stage with a bright yellow drum kit set up right where most bands would put their lead singer, now picture a drummer (roughly the size of your average linebacker) towering over this drum kit singing, sweating, cussing and working the crowd like a cross between a maniac evangelist and stand up comic. Now add to that picture a guitarist with incredible tones, unequaled taste and jaw-dropping technical ability; a Berklee College of Music educated sax player with a rich, dark, jazz influenced sound who also plays guitar and keys and a bass player that somehow manages to follow the drummer no matter what direction he takes in the name of entertainment and that gives you and idea what this group is all about. Their original music is unashamedly emotional, melodic and quirky. Good song writing is the number one priority (that's why it's taken so long for these guys to release original music) and they feel that they have finally found their voice as a recording act, so they have decided to test the waters with their 6 song debut release 'THE TRADESMAN'S ENTRANCE'. If you like modern pop/rock that dares not to be bland, if you like a band with a unique perspective and a healthy sense of humor, if you like pudding, you will like Biggerbetterfastermore.