Members

The Floating Bridges

Name: Cale Fisher
Instrument(s): Singer, Slide Guitar, Bass Guitar
Hometown: Yandina
When did you start playing music: When I was eight I started playing the violin and also sung in the church choir
Your musical influences: Red Hot Chilli Pepers, Jimi Hendrix, Midnight Oil and Powderfinger
Other bands you have played with:
What the best thing about being in The Floating Bridges: Being able to spend a lot of time with ya best mates while spreading a positive message
What is your favorite song to play: Can We Shall We (its always epic)
What is the craziest thing that’s happened when playing with The Floating Bridges: Having a wardrobe malfunction with my fisho’s the first time we played Woodford and my tackle was on display
Favourite drink: JD Single Barrel
Random fact about yourself: I have a Certificate II in Early Childhood

The Floating Bridges

Name: Dale Mallett
Instrument(s): Vocals, Percussion
Hometown: Mapleton
When did you start playing music: 2002
Your musical influences: Cat Stevens, The Waifs, Bob Marley, Katchafire, Powderfinger. Pretty much any band that we play with or listen to has some sort of influence on me, whether I realise it at the time or not
Other bands you have played with: Headfirst, The Bus Stops, The Ales
What the best thing about being in The Floating Bridges: Influencing others and spreading our passion for equality, culture and the environment
What is your favorite song to play: Spanish Split at the moment, with our new percussive vibes
What is the craziest thing that’s happened when playing with The Floating Bridges: I believe it’s about to happen on our NZ tour!
Favourite drink: Anything wet
Random fact about yourself: I have 68 dreadlocks!

The Floating Bridges

Name: Jimmy Guitars
Instrument(s): Lead Guitar, Vocals
Hometown: Yandina
When did you start playing music: Started playing guitar at eight, had private lessons for 2 years, joined my first band in Year 10
Your musical influences: Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, John Fruchante, Tommy Emmanuel
Other bands you have played with:
What the best thing about being in The Floating Bridges: We’re actually a good band now!
What is your favorite song to play: Like to see, Paranoid and Breathe
What is the craziest thing that’s happened when playing with The Floating Bridges: Various stages collapsing from jumping around too much
Favourite drink: Ginger beer
Random fact about yourself: I have blue eyes, so does everyone else in the band

The Floating Bridges

Name: Johnny Curran
Instrument(s): Guitar
Hometown: Eumundi
When did you start playing music: Since I was 8
Your musical influences: Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jeff Curran (Brother), Dallas Frasca, Led Zepplin
Other bands you have played with: Uncle Bob’s Jug Band
What the best thing about being in The Floating Bridges: Good blokes, good mates, good energy
What is your favorite song to play: The Drop, Home, Soul Searcher
What is the craziest thing that’s happened when playing with The Floating Bridges: Found myself sitting on the Macca’s counter in my boxers ordering a cheesburger after a Brisbane show… I think…
Favourite drink: Recently converted to Jack Daniels (Thanks boys!)
Random fact about yourself: I have inverted nipples…

The Floating Bridges

Name: Dan Taylor
Instrument(s): Drums
Hometown: Noosa
When did you start playing music: Drums since I was 8
Your musical influences: Incubus, Led Zeppelin, Ben Harper, Pink Floyd
Other bands you have played with: Neverloution, Bootika
What the best thing about being in The Floating Bridges: Playing beautiful music with like minded mates
What is your favorite song to play: Spanish Split
What is the craziest thing that’s happened when playing with The Floating Bridges: Playing my first ever show with the ‘Bridges’ at a Skydive festival. We jumped out of a plane at 14000ft then went on to play for 3 hours
Favourite drink: Johnny Walker Blue
Random fact about yourself: I have worked as a host at the restaurant in Japan where the fighting scene with Yakuza out of Kill Bill was filmed. And served Sylvester Stallone there too!