The Charlie Brechtel Band
Biker Music | Southern Rock | Blues
There is a history, a legacy and a brotherhood that comprise the soul of the American Biker. Those are also the elements that separate the music of Charlie Brechtel from any other musician or biker band who aim their talents at the motorcycling community. The soul of the American biker and the music of Charlie Brechtel are truly one and the same. [read more]
“Chuck,” as Charles was known, was passionate about his wife, motorcycles, his company, and the community of Gillette. He went to work as recently as two weeks before his death. “Nobody loved, motorcycles more than Chuck, and nobody knew more about them,” said his close associate Jack…Ruiz passed away February 22, 2017 at Close to Home Hospice House…. [Read More]
Check out the line up for next week on BIC Radio!
Monday 8am pst – Owner and founder of the Hog Farm Hogarosa Campground
Tuesday 8am pst – Stan, Editor of Thunder Rd., Northern, CA
Wednesday 8am pst – John shoppe, Dirty Bird concept
Thursday 8am pst – Berry wardlaw, Accurate engineering
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A lot of hype has been circulating on social media outlets lately concerning the soon-to-be-released movie, “Rebel on the Highway.” This independent film, unlike many before it, is unique in that there are no professional actors, no overt violence or sexuality and no big movie production company dictating the direction.
“Rebel” is the dream child of Charlie Brechtel and is co-written by Charlie and his wife, Sabrina. It is co-produced by Brechtel, Frank Verbeck and Dennis Sanfilippo. The actors are real-life bikers and famed musicians. Brechtel and Sanfilippo have a deep background in the music industry. Brechtel, originally from New Orleans, has played with John Lee Hooker, Gregg Allman, Dr. John and Deacon Jones, among others. Deacon Jones is in the movie along with some other musicians, most notably Charlie Musselwhite, Guitar Mac and Lester Chambers, who plays the Blind Bluesman. Read more