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Echo Road

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Echo Road - The Band
On any given road you travel, there are people and places who make each turn and stop a moment remembered or created!

Down Stringer's Bridge:
It was a cold January afternoon in Wisconsin. An impromptu jam with some unknown friends produced the nucleus for the coming musical fusion. It was then that Mick and Rod met and combined forces to explore other avenues neither had traversed earlier in time.

Mick's Zeppelin-esque textures of sound and Rodney's progressive drum stylings, laid the pavement for Rodney's forward vocal ventures. Every turn in the road made for a different musical vista. A little more than a year went by when Rodney moved to a tree lined road outside of the forest. It was shortly after that when He and Mick were befriended by some musical residents, Dave and Jim, who happened to live down that same road. Immediately a musical fusion of each's style formed the blend of Rock that is prominently heard today.

The Echo Road Sound was finally realized with the addition of a long time friend of Mick's from earlier musical ventures, Medium Rayer. Mead had a HUGE hand in getting the studio up to productive operating standards.

We are currently preparing a live show and beginning pre-production on our next release (yet to be titled). We all look forward to a long road of music and friendship. No matter which way you turn or how far you go, you can always have a good time....down on Echo Road.

Rodney - Drums & Lead Vocals
Influences: Beatles, Pink Floyd, Styx, Supertramp & Manfred Mann
Playing since he was 7yrs old started on neighbors pots and pans

Mick - Guitars & Background Voclas
Influences: Jimmy Page, Ace Frehley, Pink Floyd, Uncle Jerry
Playing since 3rd grade. He got his first guitar from his piano
teacher Sister Georgella. Took 3 years of Banjo lessons from Dan Nimphius. A Capella choir with Don Steimke. Road bound with Landslide in Oct 1987 countless shows nationwide until 1992
Spent 3 years with Inside Out in Minneapolis. Met Rod in Jan 1997
On Springer’s Bridge Road and the rest lies in the road before us.

Dave - Bass
Influences: Tom Waits, Frank Zappa
Playing instruments since he was 10 years old (stand up bass, clarinet and drums)

Jim - Sax
Influences: Duane Eddy, Boots Randolph, David Sanborn
Playing Saxiphone since he was 10 years old (started marching band in 6th grade)