Campaign For Quiet

Campaign For Quiet

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Blending the southern simplicity of The Black Crowes and the energetic rhythms of the Foo Fighters, these rockers have combined a rivaling stage presence and intelligent songwriting with a focus on melody and movement. Never forgotten once heard and seen!

Biography

Formed in mid 2003, Campaign For Quiet was conceived in San Diego on the foundations of pure, energetic rock. Taking influences from The Black Crows, The Foo Fighters and mid seventies rock, they set out to put another chapter into the story of southern california music, keeping a focus on the live stage show as well as improving and maturing as musicians.

Shortly after forming, the band self produced and recorded there debut LP, Midnight Rock, which received a nomination for best Rock Album at the 2005 San Diego Music Awards and also had 2 songs get regular airplay in California and overseas.

The fall 2005 release of Welcome Distraction, with producer Ben Moore, was another hit for this songwriting team. "Make You Mine" received accolades and heavy play on myspace and the local radio.

They have toured the state of California with success twice and have opened for acts such as; White Snake, The Church and Sugar Ray.

The band will be featured playing live in the soon to be released film, "The Pacific And Eddie"

Campaign For Quiet plays these venues regularly in San Diego; 4th and B, 'Canes, The Casbah, Del Mar Fair

Keep an ear out for the spring 2007 release of their newest LP.

Discography

2004 Midnight Rock, LP
2005 Welcome Distraction, EP

Set List

35-50 Minutes
Set will vary from the two records and may include newer unreleased songs