Sybil's Machine released their first CD entitled, "Crowded Room" in 1996. Quickly the title track spurred a loyal underground following in the midwest as Sybil's Machine relentlessly toured.
"It's a hard rocking track about these people in a crowded room", explains vocalist Jeff Allen, "live, this song is a real blast, we'll have girls in pigtails bringing cheshire cats to the shows because of that song."
1999 saw the release of "2000 A.D.", a double disc set which saw the band going in a more progressive-power-psychedelic-rock direction.
From the hard-edged "Chameleon" and "I Heal" to the soulful "Shame on Me" and "Coming Home", "2000 A.D." spans musical spectrums.
Sybilâs Machine is a good time, rock nâ roll band with the following accomplishments:
â Playing on âUp Late TV with Ben Sumnerâ on Fox23 in 2007.
â The track Crowded Room rowded row chosen for the soundtrack to The Stitcher horror fl ick in 2007.
â Playing with national bands including: Days of The New, Fuel, Gravity Kills, Godsmack,
Sammy Hagar, Train, Dokken and Warrant.
â Local and international radio airplay: 97.5 KMOD, 104.5 The EDGE, 93.1 KRSC and
KATT 100.5 radio station in Oklahoma City.
â Played at the EDGE Birthday Bash twice and the KATT Birthday Party in OKC wowing
â Released two albums: Crowded Room & 2000 A.D. as well as being featured on the
EDGEâs Homegrown Volume 1.
Sybil's Machine will be entering the studio in 2010 to record the next album.The four piece
Sybilâs Machine has been kicking ass for 10 years and still the legend continues...
Jeff Allen - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Dave Payne - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Codie Lee Bullock-Bass Guitar
Van Vaughnington - Drums, Vocals
Z-104.5 The Edge's Birthday Bash with Godsmack, Staind, Cypress Hill, The Nixons, The Flys, Fanzine.
Enuff Znuff (the voice and rock and roll)
U2 (the voice and guitar)
Pink Floyd (concept, guitar, grandeur)
The Beatles (songwriting, harmonies, hysteria)
KISS (the LIVE show)
Led Zeppelin (the voice, the guitar, songwriting, drums and rhythms)
Ted Nugent (maniacal guitar)
The Police (unique songwriting, rhythms, guitar)
Frank Zappa (master musicianship, freedom)
Metallica (hard-driving, guitar, heavy, early Metallica)
Queen (vocals, musicianship, songwriting, guitar, bass guitar)
Monty Python (the comedy)