Invisible Bond™ - 'Pair?Dice' CD The name Invisible Bond describes the connection & musical artistry of twin brothers, Patrick & Michael Weadick. The twin brothers create original, exciting, energetic and introspective musical compositions. 'Music for Your Imagination' is the band's slogan. Their music is a fusion & variety of energetic rock, relaxing smooth jazz, with a taste of blues and a touch of funk. 'Pair?Dice' is truly an 'audiophile's delight'. Their sound transports the listener on a journey through life, it's colors, rhythms, textures, beats and emotions. The twin brothers complement each other by playing different instruments. Michael keeps time, supplying the groove & energy on the drums as Patrick creates the chord progressions, melodies and arrangements from the keyboards & guitars. Patrick & Michael enjoy the creative process and collaborating with other talented musicians, composers & songwriters. On the 'Pair?Dice' CD, you will hear extraordinary bass melodies and funk delivered by Dale deAragon. There are five guitarists putting their hand into the 'Pair?Dice' CD. Dave Erickson puts his sensitive touch on both acoustic & electric guitars with clean rhythm, soothing, soaring & exciting solos. Kirby Velarde rocks on 'Erotic Moves' & the vocal tunes with his fast, furious and searing solos as Tim Steele grooves on the basslines. Ron Erickson dropped by the studio during the project and added his vibe & catchy riffs on 'Goldminer's Dream.' Hal Young contributed melodic guitar parts on 'Franklin Street.' Patrick's rhythm guitar work can be heard throughout the CD and his solo improvisations are found intertwining on 'Gypsy Wind.' Two saxophonists contributed their talents to this project. Bob deGasperis played wind synthesizer on the cover song with spirit and virtuosity. Brian D. Counterman added his melodic ideas and lines on 'Joker's Wilde' & 'Feelin' Lucky.' This group of artists forged a fusion of musical styles by blending diverse backgrounds and musical influences with instinctual beats & expressive melodies. Welcome to 'Pair?Dice'