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The best kept secret in music


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What A Rush - LP - 2004


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A unique combination of talent, energy and youth, Elevendy gives something for rock n’ roll music to be excited about. Born and raised in a small town thirty miles north of Detroit, MI, the four members of Elevendy have known each other practically their whole lives. With their eyes set on the near future, the guys hope to bring their music to the masses, and give an aging rock scene something to look out for.

Elevendy’s music has personality. Four distinct individuals are represented in each of the band’s songs. The music has a great amount of diversity with three of the band’s members sharing lead vocals. There is something for everyone in Elevendy’s music, and at the same time the band’s sound is entirely their own.

The band started out when Anton Suarez(bass, vocals) and Chris Foster(drums) got together after school looking for something to do. Not long later Craig Miller (guitar, vocals) was added to the line up. The trio played some small clubs around Detroit while in high school and started to really get into what they were doing. After graduating from high school a fourth member Joe Korzen(guitar, vocals) was made a member of the band.

The band’s debut full length recording entitled What A Rush, was finished early January, 2004. Songs such as the title track What A Rush and Simple Queen are guitar-riff driven, aggressive pieces of music high-lighting the bands influences of 70's rock and roll. Let it Out is driven, energetic, and unapologetic about it. Other songs such as Vanished, and Angel From Heaven are more elegant and show the bands talent as musicians.

Rock and roll isn’t just about distorted guitars, its about an attitude. With raunchy guitar solos, a bass with gumption, and the heart to match their music, Elevendy is ready for whatever may wait for them in the future. With each live appearance winning the band more and more fans, one thing is certain; music is Elevendy’s future. Rock n’ roll was meant to be taken to the masses and Elevendy can do that. But don’t take our word for it, listen to the music and then you decide.