Gunflint

Gunflint

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You cannot find a group of more charismatic guys on and off the stage. They are the most exciting, fun loving people you will ever be around. This is rock n' roll that makes you move and sing along even if you've never danced in your life

Biography

The Gunflint Syndicate is a young, newly formed seven piece band rocking venues from the Twin Cities to Winona, Minnesota. They are as charismatic and fun loving off the stage as they are on it. This was made evident when they officially drew 375 people at their first show. The energy and excitement ripped through the audience and it was immediately apparent these boys were on to something special.

Being on stage is a natural platform for these born entertainers to share their love of life and great music with the world. A commitment to the foundations of rock n’ roll fuels an unstoppable connection with everyone that hears them play. With the momentum they have going, who knows the great things that lie ahead? This is the most fun you will have at a live show. Don't believe it? Go to the next Gunflint show!

A few influences: Bruce Springsteen, Bob Seger, Chuck Berry, the Band, Tom Petty, Counting Crows, the Rolling Stones, The Black Crowes, ACDC and Stevie Wonder.

Discography

Check out our E.P. at www.myspace.com/gunflintsyndicate

Set List

We play sets of 45 minutes to an hour. We can play sets until we drop. Our set list varies depending on the desire of the venue. Typically we will play a mixture of originals and covers. If it were ten songs, we would play 7 orignals and 3 covers. As the night moves on we will add some more covers.

We currently have 12 originals, five of which can be heard at www.myspace.com/gunflintsyndicate

Our cover repertoire includes:

The weight
Mr. Jones
Last dance with mary jane
Shook me all night long
Wonderwall
Old time rock n’ roll
Knockin on heaven’s door
The Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down
Last Kiss
Hold My Hand
Flashlight
Summer 69
Free Fallin
Johnny b. goode
Honkey tonk woman
Brown Eyed Girl
American Girl
Like a rolling stone
Voodoo chile
I’m Going Down
Superstition
If you wanna Get to Heaven
Can't You See