The Last Days of Diresville demonstrates that Lunn is among the L.A.-based singer/songwriters who is worth finding. The Midwest native turned Southern California resident is an expressive vocalist and a talented lyricist with an appealing roots rock/adult alternative/folk-rock outlook. Many of Lunn's influences are people who emerged in the '60s and '70s -- Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Stephen Stills, and the Beatles, among others -- and those influences serve him well on melodic, reflective offerings like "Welcome to the Past," "Burden," "Change," and the moody title track. In addition to writing all of the material, Lunn co-produced this 46-minute CD with engineer John X; together, they make The Last Days of Diresville sound well produced but not over-produced. Lunn is currently working on a new album for release in 2009.
Solo acoustic or with full band:.Guitars & Vocals, Drums and Bass.
The Last Days of Diresville
A forty five minute energetic , spirited, & often jangly run through 7-10 original songs with a cover thrown in for good measure. Lunn usually has a three piece or four piece band with him or plays solo acoustic.
Covers can include: Crossroads, Key to the Highway, Sitting in Limbo, Glad & Sorry, Down The Road (manassas), Cowgirl in the Sand or On the beach by Neil Young.