Addison Station
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Addison Station

Manchester, Connecticut, United States | INDIE

Manchester, Connecticut, United States | INDIE
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Nov
29
Addison Station @ The Hungry Tiger Cafe

Manchester, Connecticut, USA

Manchester, Connecticut, USA

Nov
02
Addison Station @ Slainte

Naugatuck, Connecticut, USA

Naugatuck, Connecticut, USA

Nov
02
Addison Station @ Slainte

Naugatuck, Connecticut, USA

Naugatuck, Connecticut, USA

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Addison Station definitely has the knack for writing catchy tunes...The result is a highly radio-friendly sound with the potential to score Addison Station some legitimate pop hits over the years. Home Tonight is a solid effort that rises above the pop throng; enough so to be heard and appreciated on a wide scale.
- Wildy Haskell


"...with Addison Station this show could turn the blackest of metal heads into acoustic rockers." - ctindie.com


"The acoustic duo carefully selected pop songs that showcased their excellent dual harmonies. They nailed the chorus harmonies of Tom Petty’s “Last Dance with Mary Jane,” and they even brought out an old flame I haven’t heard since the ‘90s — Tonic’s “If You Could Only See.” - Dan Berry


"...it’s difficult not to get involved in the music when (Jeff) Kenniston and (Trent) Gerbers set up songs like “Lost and Found”!" - Sam Sullivan


"Addison Station is the BEST band we book! Every time they play here New London county marks it on their calender and comes out to party! - Max Finnance


"Addison Station is a great band. Their original songs are catchy as hell, with great harmonies to boot. They put on a high energy live show, throw in some excellent covers and keep the crowd rocking." - Matt Rafal


" Addison Station is a talented group of young musicians, their music is very accessible, and audience friendly. " - Cory Sims


"Addison Station; are fabulously talented singers who know their way around a guitar, and a harmonica and who are about to get a lot of attention from a lot of people. Their "Lost and Found" original is the kind of tune that reminds you of a carefree warm sunny fall day on a college campus when you had no cares except to figure out where the party was." - Ann Nyberg


"Addison Station is a GREAT band!" - WFSB's "Better CT"


"Addison Station know how to craft a Pop song whether it's a ballad or a more upbeat song. Attention to detail is of the highest order here and the music sounds crystal clear with an expressive mix."
- Indie-music.com


"Addison Station's music has fallen into a niche of funky pop rock tunes powered with a driving rhythmic foundation, vocal harmony, and pop sensibility." - The Venue Newspaper


Discography

"Everyday Hero EP" - Nov. 2008

"I'm No Hero" - single on Microsoft Windows Playlist 7 and College Radio Airplay

"Home Tonight EP" - June 2010

"You Don't Have to Turn Away" - Released to Radio on Aug. 2nd 2010

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Bio

Addison Station (BMI) started as a studio group in 2008, releasing an introspective collection of acoustic pop songs “Everyday Hero”. Inspired by the soul and rhythm of singer/songwriters Rob Thomas, Stephan Jenkins, and Jason Mraz, singers and high-school friends Trent Gerbers and Jeff Kenniston decided to tour as an acoustic duo. The duo show, which has since become known in western New England for its creative cover arrangements, highlights the natural vocal chemistry between the two songwriters.
Over the course of 2009 and 2010 Gerbers and Kenniston experimented with various musicians to assemble a full band to back them up, and eventually added long-time friend and local Connecticut rocker RC Roberts on lead guitar. UCONN men's basketball pep-band veteran Peter Bard has assumed drum duties since 2010, and Eastman School of Music grad Ken Rescsanski has recently joined on bass. As a quintet, Addison Station’s music has fallen into a niche of easily accessible pop/rock tunes powered with a driving rhythmic foundation, and strong signature vocal harmonies.
Addison Station has released their follow up EP, “Home Tonight” (Distributed worldwide by Concerthouse), in June 2010 along with their first music video for the EP’s title track which was filmed in Miami. The set features the power ballad "You Don't Have to Turn Away" and high-energy pop/rock track "Run to You"; both of which have been featured on TV, licensed for corporate purposes, and continue to be played on radio stations worldwide. As of 2012 Addison Station is currently in the process of recording their third album and continues to perform at venues across the eastern US.

Certified International Top 10 Hit song, "You Don't Have to Turn Away"
- I.A.I.R.A - Aug. 2010

Certified International Top 40 Hit song, "Run to You"
- I.A.I.R.A - July 2010

Top 10 in USA for Pop, "Falling"
- Number One Music - May 2012

"Worthy of Five Stars!"
- The Venue Newspaper - July 2010

“Addison Station; are fabulously talented singers who know their way around a guitar, and a stage and who are about to get a lot of attention from a lot of people.”
- Ann Nyberg – WTNH-TV Evening News Anchor

"Soon we will be selling Addison Station tickets!" - Stubhub.com

“Addison Station is a great band. Their original songs are catchy as hell, with great harmonies to boot. They put on a high energy live show, throw in some excellent covers and keep the crowd rocking.”
- Matt Rafal – Supreme Artists Entertainment

"You guys are killin it. Great sound great tunes, and most importantly you guys are stoked to be here. I have no critiques, you guys sounded great, wow!”
- Jordan Tishler - Digital Bear Entertainment

“Addison Station is a GREAT band!”
- Scot Haney – WFSB-TV Host of “Better CT”

“I’m No Hero” from the Everyday Hero EP was featured by Microsoft Windows Playlist7

"Indie-music.com's Top 25 New & Notables"
- Indie-Music.com - July 2010

"#1 in Pop"
- Indie's Top 10 - July 2010