I play lead guitar and I rock the booze cruise with my lead guitar playing, and I talk about my days in The Grass Roots, and so people that saw the lead scene knew that I'd been a rock star in this band through the 60s and early 70s. However, the rest of the group was offended when Fulton was told to record their debut single, a cover of Bob Dylan's "The Ballad of a Thin Man," backed by studio musicians. But then the fourth season, then I came on as a series regular. I don't see it happening. Even though I'm not that character, he's very personal and if I give away that, then I lose a little of my mystique. Creed Bratton, Actor: The Office. They were very supportive of my music all the time through that whole thing, especially in allowing me to sing my song "All the Faces" during the finale. I mean, I always studied acting. It's something massive.". So they were hoping I was going to be able to pull it off, but if I hadn't been funny and wasn't making people laugh, then there's no guarantee that I would have stayed on the show. He'd given me his number, I called him up and said, "You know what? There is not. Well, I don't know about a strangler so much as maybe a slasher, because a strangling is pretty clean. Maybe he could have. Looking for upcoming Creed Bratton shows, concerts and tours? This group, consisting of Warren Entner (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Creed Bratton (lead guitar), Rob Grill (vocals, bass), and Rick Coonce (drums), was recruited and offered the choice of recording under their own name, or to take over the name the Grass Roots, put themselves in the hands of Sloan and Barri, and take advantage of the Grass Roots' track record. I mean for God's sakes, he did come in with blood all over him. I was always staying in class because that's what actors do. In fact, as you see below, the actor explains his fictional counterpart a version of Creed Bratton that never left the drug-fueled daze surrounding The Grass Roots and somehow, by the grace of God, found himself stranded in Scranton, Pennsylvania near the offices of paper supply company Dunder-Mifflin. Think it over and let us know your thoughts in the comments below or by hitting me up on Twitter at @AdamBarnhardt! I think it just was a gradual thing. The problem was, there was no "Grass Roots." I'm not saying that he was the Scranton Strangler, but he certainly killed people, we know that. Add interesting content and earn coins Sometimes more, depending on what we've got to get done. I believe it was, yeah, it had to be because they didn't really talk about it until the finale. 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Amid the machinations behind Where Were You When I Needed You, no "real" Grass Roots band existed in 1966. And we were doing like 12 or 20 episodes compared to most people now it's 10, we were doing 23, 24, 25 episodes I think, sometimes. We were out in the Valley in this industrial cul-de-sac, basically. History Of Television Big Group Billboard Hot 100 Greatest Songs Stargazing Music Publishing Rock Bands Favorite Tv Shows My Music. Everyone else is grossed out about the stench and Creed walks in asking who's making soup. Shortly after that podcast episode came out, there was some talk on there that they had written two endings for that episode. I shot my own scene, about an hours' worth of stuff, and ad-libbed a bunch of stuff. The same season I came in and then I slowly in increments got pay grades toward the end. Home People People by status Living people C Creed Bratton. Sloan found a San Francisco group called the Bedouins that seemed promising on the basis of their lead singer, Bill Fulton. Sloan version of the song. I mean some things that did make it in, I know you played the guitar in the viral video cold open. He is depicted as an elderly man working in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of Dunder Mifflin Paper as a quality assurance director. Creed:I had to prove myself. It didn't happen. But now people that hadn't seen the lead scene didn't really know about this fact until the finale, nine seasons later. Copyright 2020 ComicBook.com. A possible solution came along when a Los Angeles band called the 13th Floor submitted a demo tape to Dunhill. But no, the thing is if I had not, we shoot so much stuff. You know, man, when people ask me that question, is there a statute of limitations on murder? This was a big, big scene. A friend of mine said they need a guy to do some background once in a while on Bernie Mac as, you know, the token white guy. Bratton — previously known as one of the earliest members of The Grass Roots prior to his Office fame — plays a character modeled after himself on the show. No. It's out there somewhere. It was very funny or so they told me, and then I got the shot during the Halloween episode, and the rest as they say, history. I think we talked it one other time, when a guy in the room making some coffee or something like this in the little break room there, and this guy, he's there I think he's interviewing somebody for something. When that single, released in October of 1965, became only a modest hit, the Bedouins -- except for their drummer, Joel Larson -- departed for San Francisco, to re-form as the Unquenchable Thirst. Fulton recorded a new vocal over the backing tracks laid down for the P.F. So you're thinking, "Well, we'll see how long this lasts." You mentioned earlier the soup line, right? Creed Bratton is a fictional character from the NBC sitcom The Office, played by the musician of the same name as a fictionalised version of himself. Rob Grill remained in the music business on the organizing side, and by 1980 was persuaded by his friend John McVie to cut a solo album, Uprooted, which featured contributions by Mick Fleetwood and Lindsay Buckingham. So Ken Kwapis was on the show, and I amused him, obviously, and he found out that I was in The Grass Roots. Actually that third season, I was. The first track cut by the new Grass Roots in the spring of 1967 was "Let's Live for Today," a new version of a song that had been an Italian hit, in a lighter, more up-tempo version, for a band called the Rokes. History Of Television . The first season was only six episodes, so a lot of people were technically background characters. I think the deal was that actually Devin had booked himself a play back east, so he had to go off to do stage thing. Flash-forward to the show’s emotional finale in 2013 and Bratton plays a pivotal role in its final minutes, performing a song he had written right after leaving The Grassroots in the 1970s, All The Faces, in a beautiful full-circle moment. I heard that he was directing the pilot and actually the first season for The Office, the American Workplace, and I'd loved the Ricky Gervais' thing. Is that something you pitched to Greg [Daniels] and the team that they were perfectly all right with? The following month Grill died in Tavares, Florida of complications from that injury at the age of 67. Moody pop rockers of the 1960s & '70s, remarkably consistent hitmakers, remained radio regulars for decades. Check out the latest music events on Eventbrite today. Sure. Of course, I would love to do it. Are you comfortable singing one of your songs?" Coonce and Provisor left at the end of 1971, to be replaced by Reed Kailing on lead guitar, Virgil Webber on keyboards, and Joel Larson -- of the original Bedouins/Grass Roots outfit -- on drums. You mention the extra scenes and everything you filmed additionally. The Grass Roots was originated by the writer/producer team of P.F. Read Full Biography, The Grass Roots had a series of major hits -- most notably "Let's Live for Today," "Midnight Confessions," "Temptation Eyes," and "Two Divided by Love" -- that help define the essence of the era's best AM radio. They didn't know. I was singing karaoke, and that song, "Spinnin' N Reelin'," I wrote that song, and so I was actually singing over my own vocals on the records. But that was a deleted scene, too. So you bring up that first Halloween episode. I mean in-universe, Creed Bratton's kind of in a tricky situation now. And in that deleted scene, you can find it you know, you can go on online and see it. "Where Were You When I Needed You" was released in mid-'66 and peaked at number 28, but the album of the same name never charted. Creed Bratton is a character from the NBC sitcom The Office, played by the musician of the same name as a fictionalized version of himself. But at the time nobody had any idea it what was going to become part of the zeitgeists as it has. Sloan and Barri were contracted songwriters for Trousdale Music, the publishing arm of Dunhill Records, which wanted to cash in on the folk-rock boom of 1965. The Scranton Slasher. And then I started finding out that my character was becoming very popular with the people which was fantastic. Barri and Sloan then put together a new group line-up of Creed Bratton, Rick Coonce, Warren Entner and Rob Grill when the original group was replaced. Sloan and Barri continued to record. The resulting "Grass Roots" debut song, "Where Were You When I Needed You," sung by Sloan, was sent to a Los Angeles radio station, which began playing it. There comes a point at every Creed Bratton concert where he breaks into “Let’s Live for Today,” the breakthrough hit by his old folk-rock band the Grass Roots … We got a lot of stuff. I wrote the character. I don't see with everybody scheduled the way they are that we could all get together and shoot continuum. I just don't see that. That was one of the first big lines for Creed. Two giant stages. Back in 2004, 2005 when the pilot was filmed, I believe you were doing work on The Bernie Mac Show. Obviously as an actor, I love playing with those people, and we were a family. He goes, "Hey," he said, "You're Creed Bratton from The Grass Roots." By Adam Barnhardt Creed Bratton is a character from the NBC sitcom The Office, played by the musician of the same name as a fictionalized version of himself. Their presence on various oldies package tours saw to it that the Grass Roots' name remained visible. The cojones. He obviously had bodies in his fridge. That's awesome. The next step was to recruit a band that could become the Grass Roots. For many who have a deep interest in the band famously known as The Grass Roots, Creed Bratton is not a stranger to them. Yes, actually I was working on Bernie Mac at the time. The band was originally the creation of Lou Adler and songwriting duo P.F. And also during that one Christmas episode where we had the karaoke thing. So anyway, that's what I did. It's nuts. You've kind of aced your role. That was it. You were actually on Jenna [Fischer] and Angela [Kinsey's] podcast not too long ago, right? Mysterious, eccentric, good-hearted, and downright talented are all words that have been used to describe actor and musician Creed Bratton over the years. The band even considered splitting up as all of this was happening. And so he said, "Really?" They didn't. We loved each other. We wouldn't have Rainn. We wouldn't have John. I just went up a while back and shot this thing called Upload for Greg Daniels up in Vancouver, this sci-fi thing he's doing, and we were talking about it over dinner, and he said they keep approaching him. He's not into it, and if Greg's not into it, I don't think any less else would want to be into it. The group's lead vocalist, Willie Fulton, recorded a new lead vocal in place of P.F. Image: Scott Dudelson / Getty Images “It was an out-of-body experience,” Bratton recalls. US American rock band, formed 1966. They were so gracious to me. Although they never attained a number one hit on the charts, they were consistently in the top end of popular music in the turbulent rock music scene. Saved by Brianna Gay. Maybe he could have. You're driving to work, and you're coming through the gate in your car and there are people lined up there waving at you, and then you go, "Oh, what the hell? With the advent of streaming, The Office has just ballooned into this incredible, huge, binge-worthy monster. He said we should just shoot a Christmas special if we're going to do it. I wrote two albums while I was on that show, in the green room and in my trailer. 26. "Yeah, I am." Creed in Did I Stutter 1263191. We shot twice as much as we ever used. Moody pop rockers of the 1960s & '70s, remarkably consistent hitmakers, remained radio regulars for decades. Now this was a six and a half page scene. And I thought yes, of course I am. Was there a certain sequence you remember that was kind of a peak Creed moment that either got deleted or just didn't make it into the cut? We'd love to do that. Although the group's members weren't even close to being recognizable, and their in-house songwriting was next to irrelevant, the Grass Roots managed to chart 14 Top 40 hits, including seven gold singles and one platinum single, and two had hits collections that effortlessly went gold. I started out there kind of through a friend, I had been working for a catering company while I was studying acting. To celebrate the milestone anniversary, we spoke with a few of those involved in the show's production, the first of which is Creed Bratton. 13. The Bedouins were, at first, content to put their future in the hands of Sloan and Barri as producers, despite the fact that the group was more blues-oriented than folk-rock. The actor Creed Bratton was the lead guitarist for the Sixties rock group The Grass Roots. Ratings were kind of down for the first season. So I was working on that show and they found out I was physically funny, and I found ways to be in the background and get laughs just by physical comedy. I think they went and gave that to Mindy and Paul, who are writers, and I understood that. I think Krasinski had the best idea. Check out the latest music events on Eventbrite today. I've done that all my life. We were in an isolated little bubble of our own, and we got a lot of work done that way, too. Do you recall the moment you realized, "Man, this project is something special. Member of the rock band the Grass Roots from 1967 to '69, playing lead guitar and singing. The Grass Roots are a highly successful rock and roll group that consistently produced quality music in their heyday from 1966 to 1975. The band moved to a smaller label in 1975 and went through a number of personnel changes, including the departure of leader Rob Grill (who nevertheless stuck around as manager). Dunhill asked Sloan and Barri to come up with this material, and a group alias under which they would release it. Peacock's coming out and it's the age of revivals, continuations, and reboot. But should the opportunity arise, is a reboot or continuation something you'd entertain? No, no, no. But I was doing very well being a guest star every week for the second and third season. An accompanying album, Let's Live for Today, only reached number 75. The 13th Floor’s Marty Duda (who is a huge Grassroots fan) spoke to Creed Bratton a wee while ago before the Corona virus hit hard. I made up this fictitious character based on what would happen if Creed Bratton from The Grass Roots had stayed addled with drugs. Right? 612.4k Followers, 63 Following, 105 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Creed Bratton (@creedbratton) Creed Bratton (The Office, The Grass Roots) kicks off his 2018 tour at Beat Kitchen in Chicago and performs the Grass Roots classic Let's Live For Today. Keep scrolling to see our complete chat with Bratton. 2012 Nominee. And then people start coming up to you in markets and stuff and wanting your autograph. He was born on November 1st, 1925. Then you go, "Oh my gosh." I had him ending up passed out in a dumpster in Scranton; Ed Truck found me and gave me a job as a salesman which I was horrible at. This line, it's four or five words, but this one line perfectly sums up how chaotic Creed Bratton the character is. ", Oh, sure. "Let's Live for Today" was an achingly beautiful, dramatic, and serious single and it shot into the Top Ten upon its release in the summer of 1967. Moody pop rockers of the 1960s & '70s, remarkably consistent hitmakers, remained radio regulars for decades. He is a strangler. I think you could still see my audition tape on BuzzFeed, if you go to Buzzfeed and find my audition tape. Within a few weeks of working in that, somebody thought I was actually part of the cast. But I don't think that the Toby character had the hueveos to pull that off. All things considered, TV shows might take a little while to get going, and you had The Office with six episodes. So they paid me anyway, the time. In fact, as you see below, the actor explains his fictional counterpart a version of Creed Bratton that never left the drug-fueled daze surrounding The Grass Roots and somehow, by … The Office Wrap Party in Scranton, PA. Creed Singing the song Rubber Tree. Who else? My little voice," and it truly was my intuition, that little inner voice telling me, "You need to get on that show." Born in Los Angeles, he grew up in the small town of Coarsegold near Yosemite, California. Sloan's for the song "Where Were You When I Needed You” and it became the first Top 40 hit for The Grass Roots. Well, you know what? He is depicted as an elderly man working in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of Dunder Mifflin Paper as a quality assurance director. I hadn't had that happen since The Grass Root days in the 60s. His band saw relative success with two albums, going certified gold with a handful of singles charting on the US Top 100. Screen Actors Guild Awards . The song that Creed sings on karaoke is called "Spinnin' N' Reelin'" and it's a song off of actor and singer Creed Bratton's 2001 album The 80's. ComicBook.com: We're coming up on the 15th anniversary of The Office. That's one of the first ones, and in fact, I heard that from Greg and several other people, they knew with that line that I had the ability to just deliver one line and it'd work. By 1982, amid the burgeoning oldies concert circuit and the respect beginning to be accorded the Grass Roots, Grill formed a new Grass Roots -- sometimes billed as Rob Grill and the Grass Roots -- and began performing as many as 100 shows a year. That's the deal. Well they just said to me, "We want you to sing a song. You know, you work 12, 14, hours a day. That's fantastic. Creed Bratton Wants to Heal You ; The Grass Roots Biography by Bruce Eder + Follow Artist. "Midnight Confessions" showed the strong influence of Motown, and the R&B flavor of the song stuck with Barri and the band. I don't think it would work. It's certainly more popular doing The Office than I was in The Grass Root days, I can tell you that. And in between scenes, I would pick it up and walk into the green room and play, or I'd walk around the set playing guitar. My instincts tell me which direction, which path on the road to go on. That's just something that comes naturally, right? The group began spreading its wings in the studio with their next album, Feelings, recorded late in 1967, which emphasized the band's material over Sloan and Barri's. … Long before he was a TV star on The Office, he was a well-known musician, playing in … Read Full Biography. Do you recall the conversation with Greg or whoever it would have been that said, "All right, hey man. The Office star Creed Bratton on LSD, his love of Katy Perry and the power of an E chord The star of The Office and one-time Grass Roots guitarist remember dropping acid at the Miami Pop Festival, why he doesn’t regret selling his ’52 Tele, and why he isn’t going to tell the guitar companies what to do. So how do I answer that? Creed Bratton was a cutie when he was young! The Office. No, they didn't. So they put me in the background. Creed Bratton has enjoyed one of the greatest career second acts in Hollywood history. We'd jam together all the time, he and I. I was called into the producer's office and they said, "We're going to have you be a regular guest star on the show now.". There was one that was very disappointing [being cut], but it was so long. Although he left the band later along in life, he is still associated by it by most of his fans. It was a scene during the Booze Cruise, a deleted scene. 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