Bandit the Raccoon

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Bandit at Prancing Skiltaire on July 2012.

Bandit the Raccoon (real name Christopher Richard Parque-Johnson, born September 25, 1993), is a graphic designer and electronica musician in Garden Grove, California. Bandit is the host of The Raccoon's Den, and the producer, writer, and keyboardist in Storm Le.

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[edit] Fandom involvement

Bandit has been a furry fan since 2006, he became publicly active in the community when he created "The Raccoon's Den" in 2009. Bandit has attended many furmeets in Southern California, and 3 conventions, most of which are featured on The Raccoon's Den.

[edit] Event attendance

[edit] Meets

  • The Prancing Skiltaire
  • FurBQ
  • Fall FurBQ
  • Lake Murray Furry Anthro Outing
  • Los Angeles Griffith Park
  • The Bam Fox Lounge

[edit] Conventions

[edit] Music / Discography

Cover art of "Everlasting", Bandit's debut album released on November 19, 2010
Cover art of "Resolve", Bandit's second album released on November 25, 2013

Bandit is an electronica musician, he has currently released 4 singles, and two albums, "Everlasting" (2010)[1] and "Resolve" (2013)[2]. Since 2011 he's participated in the duo Storm Le with current vocalist, Remy Suzuki.

[edit] Studio albums

  • Everlasting (2010)
  • Resolve (2013)

[edit] Singles

  • Grünflächen (2010)
  • Takeover (2010)
  • Larkspur (2011)
  • In Vivo (2012)

[edit] Media appearances

As of March 28, 2013, FurMedia occasionally uses Bandit's song "Takeover" as the intro to their streams.[3].

[edit] References

  1. "Everlasting" album on BandCamp. Retrieved April 24, 2013.
  2. "Resolve" album on BandCamp. Retrieved November 26, 2013.
  3. FürMedia featuring Bandit's music page during their March 28th stream at 1:50 on LiveStream. Retrieved April 24, 2013.

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