e double

e double


Rocking in front of 30,000 people at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater is quite nice but E Double lives for the “good life” – touring the country delivering their smoky bar rock atmosphere to a group of loyal fans while they sing along with mugs full of beer.


When four Midwestern guys descended on a college town in Kansas they couldn’t have known the fate awaiting them. It’s called rock n’ roll. Since forming in 1999, E Double has played over 500 shows and birthed a following that rivals any band in the Midwest.

The group’s 2001 debut, “From Here to Now”, catapulted E Double into the upper echelon of college rock. E Double has big plans for their sophomore album, “Cold in May”, which is to be released in early 2005. E Double exposed itself to the college rock scene through the group’s performances at local dives such as The Bottleneck in Lawrence and The Hurricane in KC. Shows stretching from Chicago to Austin’s 6th St. and Nashville’s Music City to Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip have accepted E Double’s tight rhythm, root-laden guitar hooks, and contagious melodies with open arms.

After establishing itself in Lawrence, E Double expanded its music to the grateful ears of Kansas City – ears pleading for rock n’ roll that has yet to be discovered. With their sound E Double was announced Kansas City’s “Best Local Band” by KMXV Mix 93.3 who has featured their music on radio along with KZPL 97.3 the Planet, KLZR 105.9 the Lazer, KDVV V-100.3, and KYYS 99.7 KY. E Double’s brand of unique sound has also aided them in performing with artists such as the Goo Goo Dolls, Maroon 5, and Ryan Cabrera. Sometimes the listener picks the music; sometimes the music picks them.


"Cold In May" LP (2005)
"From Here To Now" LP (2001)
- "Letter" KZPL 97.3, KLZR 105.9, KMVX Mix 93.3
- "Empty Glass" KZPL 97.3, KLZR 105.9
- "Horizons" KDVV V-100.3, KYYS 99.7 KY

Set List

Enough original material for 1.5 - 2 hour set.