10th Annual Pop/Rock Album Nominee
10th Annual Pop/Rock Song Winner
10th Annual Album Art Nominee (Brandi Strickland)
9th Annual Pop/Rock Song Vox Pop Winner
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Record Label: Red Owl Records
Home Base: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Influences: Wilco, St. Vincent, Elbow and Libbie Linton.
URLs: Our music is available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby and at our live shows.
Did fans help support your project? Our fans help fund every project by supporting us in coming to our concerts on a regular basis.
Who is sitting in your audience? Our audience is a diverse group of people with different backgrounds, ages and even musical interests. The one thing our fans have in common is that they love music. Many are musicians themselves, gear heads like us, genuine, die-hard Rock fans who love a good live show. Whoever they are, they come for the musical experience and not necessarily the scene.
What makes your fans unique? Our audience is extremely loyal and have supported us in the many endeavors that we have attempted to conquer. Again, they come for the music. They are not there for the hip scene, the party, or the people. They are there for the music.
What is your definition of success? Playing the music we love while supporting the ones we love.
What are your favorite places to play Velour in Provo, Utah. It’s a great local venue with a great local scene. The Grind Coffee House in Cedar City, Utah is another great small venue. Also, Kilby Court in Salt Lake City and basically any place that allows us to play in front of our fans.
Finish this sentence: The music industry is… changing in many good ways. Big labels are calling less shots, and small bands are able to work hard and not have to fulfill contractual demands or answer to label personal.
What artists are you listening to that would surprise your fans? Bonnie Raitt, “I Can’t Make You Love Me;” Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention “One Size Fits All;” Django Reinhardt, Steve Reich, and Blackmoth Super Rainbow