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Patrick "Taz" Bentley
Birth name Patrick Bentley
Also known as Taz, The Taz
Origin Dallas, Texas, USA
Genres Rock and roll
Occupations rock and roll drummer
Instruments Drums
Years active 1990s-present
Labels Kirtland Records
Associated acts The Reverend Horton Heat
Burden Brothers
Website Burden Brothers Official Web Site

Patrick Bentley, better known as Taz or The Taz, is an American rock and roll drummer, best known for his work with the Reverend Horton Heat (of which he was a member from 1989 to 1994).

Bentley joined Tenderloin after leaving the Reverend Horton Heat. He has also worked with Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan (in the first incarnation of "Loaded" project which dissolved when McKagan joined Velvet Revolver), and the Hillbilly Hellcats.

Taz is currently a member of the Burden Brothers, a band which he cofounded with former Toadies vocalist and guitarist Vaden Lewis.

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Discography

With American Fuse

  • One Fell Swoop (2002)

With Burden Brothers

With Matt Cameron

  • "Theme From Wrong Holy-O" from Flyin' Traps (1997)

With El Diablo

  • $6.99 EP (1999)

With Hillbilly Hellcats

  • Our Brand (1998)
  • "The Darkside" on Big Monster Bash, Vol. 1 (1998)
  • Rev it Up with the Taz (2003)

With Loaded

  • Episode 1999: Live (1999)

With P. W. Long

  • Remembered (2003)

With Duff McKagan

With Pinkston

  • All That Causes Bruises (2002)

With The Reverend Horton Heat

With Sawyer Brown

With Izzy Stradlin

With Tenderloin

  • Bullseye (1995)
  • "Shotgun Willie" on Twisted Willie (1995)

With Bryan White

  • "You Are My Sunshine" on For Our Children Too (1996)
  • "Listen Now! Will the Circle Be Unbroken/I'll Fly Away/Jesus Loves Me" on Amazing Grace, Vol. 2: A Country Salute to Gospel (1997)
  • How Lucky I Am (1999)

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