The best thing to happen to breakfast since the invention of fire. Who wants to eat raw dinosaur eggs for breakfast? Nobody. You know what else no one wants? Crappy music for breakfast. That's why you should try some Given.


We know your times important so we'll try to make this short and sweet. We've been together for eight years and became what we would call a serious band about six years ago. A nearly fatal car accident with the band changed the way we went about things. Since then we have focused on writing original music, personally funded the recording of three cd's, and put everything we make back into the band. We haven't always made the best business decisions, or even the best music in the past; however, our new cd has some of the best music you haven't heard. So take a few minutes and check out the songs on the EPK and you can decide for yourself. Given, the best thing to happen to music since .........


"From the Wreckage That Was" LP 2003
"Voice of Reason" EP 2005 produced by Scott Spelbring and mixed by Jeff Juliano
"Wake the Giant" LP 2007

Set List

We have two shows; 1. An orignal show that can fill one hour. 2. A cover/original combo show that will fill four hours. Here is a typical set list for a four hour cover/original show:

Paralyzer (Finger Eleven)
For What It's Worth (Buffalo Springfield)
Santa Monica (Everclear)
Hey Ya (Outkast)
Crazy (Seal)
Dissident (Pearl Jam)
Bad Moon Rising (CCR)
Mary Janes Last Dance (Tom Petty)
Tush (ZZ Top)
Hey Delila (Plain White Tee's)
Come Together (Beetles)
Buddy Holly (Wheezer)
For You I Will (Teddy Geiger)
Undeniable (Matt Kerney)
Zombie (Cranberries)
Knockin' on Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan/Given)
Inside Out (Eve 6)
Blister in the Sun (Violent Femmes)
Flagpole Sitta (Harvey Danger)
Sex and Candy (Marcy Playground)
Interstate Lovesong (STP)
Lightning Crashes (Live)
Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)
Family Tradition (Hank Jr.)
Copperhead Road (Steve Earl)
Everything Zen (Bush)
Rockin' in the Free World (Neil Young)
Today (Smashing Pumpkins)