Every so often a miracle comes a roaring out of the Golden Triangle- the soup and the humidity and whatever is in the water down there coagulate and conspire to create a band or an artist that will live forever. Janis Joplin and Edgar and Johnny Winter-they were formed and fashioned from this strange south Texas alchemy. Blues and black gold and heat and humidity and trouble will do that. 
That thunder you hear, that rumble in the dark Beaumont sky is what’s next-Peace and the Chaos a three piece power rock trio with something to say and a thousand ways to say it. Together, they are the next life form in the musical evolution of three strangers who met one night in a dimly lit rehearsal hall and found love and brotherhood and that once-in-a lifetime feeling in your bones when you know what you’re doing is different and special.
All three -Guitarist and singer Billy Beaumont, Drummer Ken Turner, and Bassist Lenwood Sonnier- are seasoned veterans and songwriters who cut their teeth on a wide variety of the best music ever made. They know exactly what “timeless” means and they have no intention of settling for anything less. Their early recordings together are strong. Each song is undeniable evidence of an old school love of great songs and great singers and performers, combined with a modern sensibility and crazy musical excellence. Together they are better than any of them can be separately. 


You should listen. 

"The bands self-titled debut album is a 10-track peek through an audio kaleidoscope of sound ranging from the raunch thump of the lead track "Enemy" to the delicate, more fragile future and back again..."
~Gearphoria Magazine
"...There aren’t many bands that elicit an equally warm reception at both the Art Studio and a party bar like Dylan’s, but this three-piece pulls it off..."
~ Beth Rankin, Cat 5
"...They had a King’s X type of vibe about them, but they definitely had a sound all their own..."
~Lady Obscure, Phoenix Magazine
"...their debut album is my new favorite. If you like the real deal....do yourself a favor..this is a serious rock-n-roll record!"
~J-Rock of Podunk