53days

53days

BandPopAmericana

Classic pop songwriting (Paul McCartney, Steve Earle) joined with the passion & emotion of modern rock (U2, Live). 53 DAYS has had music on network TV, MTV, films, and radio all over.

Biography

53 Days gained national television and radio exposure with songs produced by Gary Mallaber (Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen) off the band's three classic CD's. They have been heard on MTV, the Emmy Award-winning NBC drama "E.R.", CMT's "Greatest Tour", Total Access with Rascal Flatts, and E! "True Hollywood with Heather Locklear and the Judds." The songs "These Days" and "When It Goes Round" were heard in the feature films "Last Big Attraction" and "Lonestar State of Mind." 53 Days combines trademark catchy choruses with melodic hooks through tales of the struggle for the American dream and the fragility of life crafted by songwriter John Moore. The quintet's intelligent rock 'n' roll combines elements found in the classic songwriting of Steve Earle and Paul McCartney with the stirring emotions of some of today's most stimulating original artists including U2 and Coldplay. The radio hit "A Little Longer" was named a No. 1 college single in 1997, "Get a Little Lost" garnered successful airplay in neighboring Canada and "Hot Water Music" was one of the Top 10 CD's by The Buffalo News. 53 Days has performed at the Ticketmaster National Showcase in Syracuse, the Philadelphia Music Conference, the international Friendship Festival, and on stage with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Spacehog, Cracker and The Reverend Horton Heat. 53 Days have also played crowds of more than 10,000 from Buffalo's Thursday in The Square Concert Series to Dunn Tire Park Stadium and Frontier Field in Rochester NY.

Discography

Why Would You Care
Hot Water Music
Concert Special
Weight Of The World (ep)