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Picasso's Dream

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Picasso's Dream
OriginColumbus, Ohio
  • Progressive Rock
  • Classic Rock
Years active2014-present
Associated acts
  • Blue August
  • The Anselmo Project
  • Raising Caine
  • Anthony S. Anselmo
  • Vincent Simon
  • Max Bigelow
  • Tony Kertis
  • Chris Bianchi
Past members
  • Chase VanderMaas
  • Carl Perry
  • Brian Randolph

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Picasso's Dream is an American progressive rock band based in Columbus, Ohio, formed in 2013. The group is composed of keyboardist Anthony S. Anselmo, drummer Vincent Simon, bassist Max Bigelow, saxaphone Tony Kertis and guitarist Chris Bianchi.

The group originally started with drummer Brian Randolph, bassist Carl Perry and guitarist Chase VanderMaas. In 2016 the band dissolved due to creative differences. Anthony S. Anselmo and Chase VanderMaas continued on as Anselmo/VanderMaas but shortly after reformed Picasso's Dream. Chase VanderMaas left in 2018 due to creative differences with the rest of the band.

The band has toured extensively throughout the Central Ohio region.[1]

Musical Style[edit]

Picasso's Dream is heavily influences by many progressive rock outfits including Genesis, Yes, Pink Floyd and Rush.

Current Members[edit]

  • Anthony S. Anselmo - Keyboards, Backing Vocals (2013-present)
  • Vincent Simon - Drums (2017-present)
  • Max Bigelow - Bass, Vocals (2017-present)
  • Tony Kertis - Saxaphone (2017-present)
  • Chris Bianchi - Guitars, Vocals (2017-present)

Former Members[edit]

  • Chase VanderMaas - Guitar, Vocals (2014-2018)
  • Brian Randolph - Drums, (2013-2016)
  • Carl Perry - Bass, (2103-2016)


Studio albums

  • The Sky's the Limit (2015)[2]


  • Bates Motel



  1. "Music United @Bethel Road Pub".
  2. "Local limelight: Picasso's Dream".
  3. "Picasso's Dream - Bates Motel".


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