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Denen Electric Co.

Ocean City, Maryland, United States | SELF

Ocean City, Maryland, United States | SELF
Band Rock Americana


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"Musicians Who Care"

"What the Electric Co. is pitching... is proving show after show that it has a great deal of market value and customer appreciation, instantly reminding you of a time when musicians cared about the music they created more than just becoming famous." - Bryan Russo, Maryland Coast Dispatch - Maryland Coast Dispatch

"A Breath of Fresh Air"

"Having [the Electric Co.] in the Live Lixx studio is like a breath of fresh air. Star quality all the way... minus the attitude! They are incredibly easy to work with and a pleasure to have in the studio. Not to mention the songs they play and their enthusiasm for performing always brings positive feedback to Live Lixx. They are welcome in our studio anytime! - Lesley Bunting - 98.1 FM WOCM

"Sure to Leave Every Crowd Rockin'"

"The Electric Co. is an eclectic blend of bluegrass and good, old-fashioned Rock 'n' Roll that is sure to leave every crowd rockin'!" - DNL Entertainment

"Brightest Stamp Yet"

"This [band] is poised to put their brightest stamp yet on careers that already possess accolades too great and many to mention." - Americana Rhthym Weekly


"Win for Losing" and "Once a Lifetime" released as singles in the summer of '09 to impressive local support.

"Whiskey Tonight" full debut album. Released May 3rd, 2011
SIngles, "Win For Losing", "Cobblestone Blues", and "Whiskey Tonight" are in regular rotation at many of the area's FM stations.

On the horizon is a 6-Song Studio EP, with guest appearances by Nancy Micciulla, Kyle Coffey, and Robert Mabe due out in early 2012 and a selection of live recordings from a band performance at the legendary Dogfish Head Brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, DE.

More released material always in the works.



The roots, americana group, The Electric Co., is enjoying a solid year. The band, which hails from Ocean City, MD is comprised of three of the most seasoned musicians on the Delmarva Peninsula. The early part of 2011 witnessed the release of their debut album, "Whiskey Tonight", featuring ten fresh, timeless, original tracks. Invigorated by it's release and many great performances in the Mid-Atlantic, the Electric Co. is setting it's course full speed ahead.

The music scene in the Mid-Atlantic reflects many unique sub-levels which all share common threads. The music of The Electric Co. unfolds in much the same way. Nuances of Rock, Blues, Country, Bluegrass, and Reggae directly reflect the many facets of life in their locale. The community is largely agricultural and rural while the industry is the seasonally bustling tourism of the popular beach resort. Peaceful hard work vs. raucous hard play.

"Whiskey Tonight", theElectric Co.'s freshman effort, reflects this dichotomy in convincing fashion. With the reggae injected "Nine Miles" and the gritty rock of "Isabel" to the rockabilly swagger of "To Heaven Before the Devil," there is something to be enjoyed by fans of all genres. Furthermore, the heart-felt sincerity of each performance leaves true music enthusiasts beaming with approval.

The Electric Co. has begun garnering attention from many media outlets. They've been featured in nearly all of their regional publications as well as the nationally distributed Americana Rhythm Magazine. In addition, college, local and regional radio has picked up several of the Electric Co.'s singles, such as "Cobblestone Blues" and "Win For Losing", and added them to regular rotation.

A very unique quality of the Electric Co. is that you will find them performing with several different approaches. With the core trio remaining steadfast, you may see them fully electric with organ and lead guitar. You may see them stripped down acoustic. And you may even see them with various bluegrass lineups playing with a traditional and oldtime approach. No matter what lineup you catch, you are prime for a fresh take on many forms of music that contribute to the "Americana" genre.

Dig it.