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Elevendy's hard riffs and frenetic drums create a throwback to old-school Van Halen with a little mixture of alternative-rocking Seven Mary Three. - Port Huron Times Herald


What a Rush (2004)
At the Bottom of Your Soul (2005)
Dirt Fest '05 Compilation Disc (2005)


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Straight out of Detroit, MI, Elevendy rocks everybody and everything they see while keeping their blend of thick, engaging rock n’ roll true to the art. Raunchy, sexy, and inspiring, their music wants to reach out and talk to people, not just be heard.

Elevendy began their musical journey as young men looking for something to do in high school. Later a hobby turned into a passion and the band was formed in the late 90’s with its three founding members; Chris Foster (drums), Craig Miller (lead guitar), and Anton Suarez (vocals, guitar). Soon thereafter Joe Korzen was added to complete the lineup. After a short time spent writing music and playing small venues in 2004, Elevendy went into the recording studio to record their debut album, What a Rush.

What a Rush is a mix of four people’s musical ideas. In an almost Beatles like fashion, the album was put together with songs written by three of the band members. From the title track to songs Simple Queen and Angel From Heaven, the album truly encompasses a vast array of character. What a Rush has been featured in some of the country’s most notable radio programming including 101 WRIF in Detroit and XM Satellite Radio, as well as having its songs showcased on the nationally syndicated Mitch Albom Show on 760am WJR.

Following the success of What a Rush, Elevendy plans to return to the studio once again in the Spring of 2005. With this new recording Elevendy will be able to reinvent their sound. These changes will demonstrate that the band is more powerful and mature as they continue to master their craft.

Elevendy picked up member Scott Suarez (bass) to fill the void left by departing Joe Korzen in the winter of 2005 and in doing so Elevendy now joins its place in the ranks of many unbelievable “brother bands” (The Black Crowes, Oasis, Jet,...). You’ll want to be sure to keep a close lookout for Elevendy in the near future as they are a band you will certainly be hearing much more about.