Bizarre Love Triangle plays a sexy-eclectic-acoustic-electric mix of contemporary music. They can rock a crowd with their full four-to-five piece dance band, or scale down to three or even two-pieces for your tasting room or smaller venue. BLT plays covers and originals for the adult, professional, sophisticated crowd who love dancing and good conversation. If you love a wide variety of light rock, country, pop, folk and jazz, you'll love Bizarre Love Triangle.
Carl Christianson - keys, percussion and back-up vocals
Carl Christianson plays a neato percussion instrument called a cajon. He beats on it with his hands, drumsticks and Vater cajon brushes. He shakes tiny maracas, and he’s got a fancy red tambourine. He has lots of toys. We make him sing sometimes, too.
He also plays a mean Korg SP250 digital piano.
Lucky man that he is, he’s married to Katie.
Places we've "Done It"
Shakespeare Walla Walla
Summer Sounds on the Plaza
Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival
Walla Walla Farmer’s Market
2011 Relay for Life - Walla Walla
Save the Pioneer Park Aviary
Walla Walla Fair and Frontier Days
Walla Walla Gesa Power House Theater
...and many more!
Jennifer Northam - percussion and vocal harmonies
Jennifer Northam takes a break from singing with Mark Brown and Gary Romjue to shake a tambourine and play with Carl’s maracas. She adds another rich layer of vocal harmony to the band. She has the added distinction of being Katie’s favorite big sister.
For smaller venues we get big sound from a small footprint - our PA is a Bose L1 Model I, with 250 watts of power in the tower and another 250 watts of bass, plus a 200 watt bass amp and a 40 watt Fender guitar amp. The speaker stack is barely visible in the background of our stage set-up (behind the keyboard) - it gives us amazing clarity of sound and adapts to both larger venues with the addition of extra powered speakers in the front (not shown). All those watts give us sparkling clear sound that won't make ears bleed.