The Vatcher Brothers are a San Francisco bay area duo whose exciting mix of crunchy rock and thumpy pop music is at once hauntingly familiar and refreshingly new.

“Real songs with actual choruses, clever lyrics, memorable melodies and compelling production values seem to be coming back, and if so, the Vatchers are going to cash in. “How” is a rockin’ delight that just keeps punching out the goodies. Bravo, boys!” – Michael Molenda, Guitar Player

Twin brothers Don and Howard Vatcher started playing together before they were even born. After performing in a series of acclaimed bands they forged their own identity. Their first album ‘Cruel’ featured Billboard award-winning songs and was proclaimed a “pop-rock roarfest” by Electronic Musician magazine. Soon the Vatchers were named one of America’s best unsigned bands.

Now with their third album ‘Big Mistake’ they combine traditional influences with modern innovations, blending the hard blues of Led Zeppelin, the earnest pop of the Beatles, the explosive fire of U2, the dense exuberance of the Foo Fighters and many other ingredients into a sound completely their own.

Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Howard Vatcher plays tasty blues-influenced, Hendrix-inspired guitar. He has shared the stage with legends such as Bob Dylan, Jeff Beck and many others. He also currently plays lead guitar with the Sorentinos and the Lynn Bobby band.

Twin brother Don Vatcher plays bass and sings. A classically trained French Horn soloist, he has played stand-up bass in jazz and bluegrass ensembles. He has opened for artists as diverse as John Lee Hooker, Sam & Dave, X and Captain Beefheart. He is also a member of the Lynn Bobby band.

Please contact us for more information:

The Vatcher Brothers
c/o Beaternity Records
723 Camino Plaza #301
San Bruno CA 94066

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks Scott! Glad to see you’re still doing the graphics. I always wished I could make cool rock posters like you did back in the day.
    – Howard

  2. D & H – It tickles me to see all the Vatcher bros. that I knew in the sixties still doin’ the music thing! You had an early start – keep it up. – Scott

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