About Suburban Chaos

Based out of Stamford, CT Suburban Chaos has emerged as a leading rock/pop/funk band playing a mix of soulful energetic music that consistently entertains and inspires. With a strong mix of blue-eyed soul, downtown funk and 70s and 80s pop. We provide a musical journey that always leaves our audience in a great place at the end of a “Chaos Evening”!

Band Members

Deb Bambera

Lead Vocals

Kevin Forsberg

Lead Guitar

Kevin has been playing and performing around the CT area for the past 25 years. Whether it has been with his original Progressive Rock acts, Arsinal, Bourne Wisdom and Scapeland Wish or the R&B funk fusion cover bands, Velvet Jones, Soul Circus and The Guards.

He has always loved performing live as well as studio work. Influences include rock guitarists Robin Trower, Bill Nelson of Be-Bop Deluxe. Mark Hitt of Rat Race Choir, as well as jazz and fusion players Ray Gomez of Stanley Clarke Band, Allen Hinds, and jazz great Hank Garland.

Kevin has been a member of Suburban Chaos since 2016.

Ken Kencel

Guitar & Vocals

Born and raised in Buffalo, NY, Ken has been playing guitar and singing from an early age. He played guitar and sang lead vocals for such barely memorable bands as Sour Apple, Storm, Pegasus and Jade and once opened for Livingston Taylor at the Cellar Door, an iconic folk music club in Washington, D.C. He is a big fan of 70’s and 80’s rock, pop and funk music and loves to listen to live modern jazz music in his free time. He lives in Greenwich, CT and works in New York City as President and CEO of Churchill Asset Management, a leading credit asset management firm that he founded in 2006.

Marc Marzullo

Bass Guitar

Patrick Sweeney

Keyboards & Vocals

Craig Tifford

Drums & Percussion

Craig’s passionate and energetic drumming is the backbone of the Suburban Chaos sound. He and rhythm guitar player Ken Kencel came together in 2012 and are the two founding members of the band. Craig has a deep pocket and provides the group a steady platform on which his bandmates can musically stand. His attention to detail is evident in every song and with six other partners in the band, Craig is an adherent subscriber to the age old adage that “less is more.” His influences include drumming greats such as Jeff Porcaro, Stewart Copeland, Bernard Purdie, and Neil Peart as well as his long-time drum teacher Tony Cruz. Craig grew up playing classical piano from a young age and also plays baritone horn and valve trombone. He has played in several bands since the age of 16 and is currently enjoying a very busy gigging schedule with Suburban Chaos.