BRMC

AcronymDefinition
BRMCBlack Rebel Motorcycle Club (from the 1953 movie, the Wild One; also a band)
BRMCBay Regional Medical Center (Michigan)
BRMCBlue Ridge Music Center
BRMCBorder Riders Motorcycle Club (Seattle, WA)
BRMCBasic Rifle Marksmanship Course
BRMCBoston Regional Medical Center, Inc.
BrMCBritish Masters Championships
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As part of the settlement, BRMC will continue making improvements to its health-care workplace violence prevention program, and OSHA will verify that they are being made.
Energetic, loud and demonstrating an array of talent by switching between instruments, BRMC delighted many, starting with Berlin and launching into tracks from their new album, Baby 81.
The Konica/Minolta CR system installed at BRMC and the 2 clinical affiliate sites uses imaging plates that respond to primary and remnant x-rays with roughly the same sensitivity as a 200 speed film/screen system.
Well, if it is good enough for The White Stripes then it has to be good enough for BRMC.
Howl is released in the UK on August 22, with the now restored BRMC line-up in Carling Festival action at Reading and Leeds the following weekend.
BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB Take Them On, On Your Own (Virgin) RETRO rockers BRMC return with more no-frills, fuzzy rock 'n' roll that demands to be played loud.
Three of the five hospitals had solid positive earnings in fiscal year 2010 with small losses at BRMC and BHNE.
Headliners Velvet Audio rounded out the evening with their well-crafted indie rock, drawing comparisons to BRMC and Biffy, closing with the driving Run, Rabbit, Run and Blue Cats.
Formed in 1998, BRMC - named after the gang in Marlon Brando flick The Wild One - burst on to the secen three years later with their acronymic and anachronistic debut and they've had somewhat mixed fortunes since then, slipping off the radar a little and losing a few members along the way.
Maybe the ear for a tune on the darkside like BRMC.
Elena says: "The set at 3345 gives me the opportunity to play music I've never used in a club before; chilled, folk and acoustic tracks from bands such as Annuals, Fleet Foxes, Port O'Brien and some of the slower tracks from more known bands such as BRMC, Kings of Leon and MGMT.
MASSIVE guitars and filthy basslines - it can only be BRMC doing what they do best.