LayZeeSnake is a power-trio from Osijek, Croatia, with members of 13+ years of on-stage and studio experience, playing progressive blues/rock music. Their style is greatly influenced by the legends of blues and rock, such as SRV, Hendrix, Bonamassa, Bonham, Page, Mayer and many other great legends of the genre.
With members playing for more than a decade in prominent local rock bands, the trio formed in June 2014 and cooked up a performance set that will leave the audience wanting more. They're known for their tight grooves and screaming blues licks with psychedelic excursions into heavy rock, described by the media as "...an experienced crew of honed musicians (as one must be to take on such legends as Jimi and Vaughan)..."
After studio recording, along with local club gigs, the band debuted in "Osijek City Beach Festival" in July 2015, the audience describing their performance as solid and tight with a pummeling sound that rocked the city. The band also appeared in Osijek Blues Festival 2015. LayZeeSnake Trio is currently on tour in eastern Croatia.
Searing leads and vocals just scream from the founder of The LayZeeSnake Trio..
After more than a decade of playing in rock bands such as Nuspojava, T.H.P., The Bluesstrip Art, BluesPojava Cotton blues band, he formed a power-trio blues/rock phenomenon called LayZeeSnake. Blues is "in his blood", but he's not lackin in experience in other genres too. He is known for his distinctive "palm-vibrato", also used by Jeff Beck.
This versatile bass player honed his skills in bands such as Srakazam, Kamov, Forrest of Vanity etc.
His amazing bass chops and feel perfectly compliment Josip's drum beats. With skills in rock, metal, even reggae, he's known for "breaking the rules" of traditional blues and rock bass playing.
This multi-instrumentalist is the groove behind the trio. He has recorded and toured with such artists as The Red Roosters.
His style of drumming is distinguished by interplay with lead instruments such as a guitar, and the blending of jazz and rock drumming styles. Heavy use of snare rudiments, fast single and double stroke rolls, and jazz triplet patterns, and traditional grip define his style.