Cowboy Cadillac
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Cowboy Cadillac - Vol.I Debut Album available 03.12.09
Cowboy Cadillac - All Of My Life - EP available 08.08.08
6-song demo collection for the fans who requested something to buy!!



A new band from Miami, FL. Cowboy Cadillac was formed by two musicians who were all writing music and all wanting to be in a band, but until now had been in various arrangements of the wrong band. Now John and Daniel are together their collaboration has quickly gained them fans around the world. In their first week of being on line Cowboy Cadillac had 3000 hits on their ReverbNation page, and countless fan mail on their facebook and myspace pages, from all corners of the globe stating that this band is a breath of fresh air and at last what they have been looking and waiting for, for a long time.
Their mixture of influences and musical tastes is definitely a key factor to their sound; though it is also the common appreciation of melody and classic song writing formulas passed down from their idols that comes through in the music.

John Curry had a band called Goneblind who in 2004 were signed to Roadrunner, only to have their album shelved. The band toured and struggled by, but was inevitably doomed by the record companies decision not to push them. After touring with Creed on a U.S. and Canadian tour, Scott Stapp (Lead Singer of Creed) got in touch with Goneblind asking if they would consider being the members of his solo band. They agreed and
went into the studio in 2005 to record 'The Great Divide'. They toured that band for a year.
In 2007, Scott planned to do another album, though the band had dismembered.
This was the point John and Daniel met, as Daniel was brought in to play bass and help to write and produce the album. That album was never released.

Daniel Wills, son of bass player Rick Wills (Foreigner, Bad Company, David Gilmour) grew up in London and New York, but moved to L.A. in 2001 to pursue a career in music. Jamming and writing with many different acts like 27MILES, Hypnogaja and members of White Starr, Man Made God and S.T.P., Daniel made many friends in the Hollywood and Malibu music scene. In 2004 he met his wife-to-be who was from sunny Miami, and proceeded to move there to live.

Cowboy Cadillac will hire a drummer and bass player for their live performances as in the studio the two of them have pretty much every instrument covered.