Insomnia
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Insomnia

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Feb
23
Insomnia @ Student Center Ballroom

Muncie, Indiana, USA

Muncie, Indiana, USA

Feb
22
Insomnia @ Cj's Bar and Grill

Muncie, Indiana, USA

Muncie, Indiana, USA

Feb
15
Insomnia @ CJ's Bar and Grill

Muncie, Indiana, USA

Muncie, Indiana, USA

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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

Don't Look Back - 2003
Imprecation - 2004

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Bio

This band was formed out of the remnants of another band back in 2001. Bass player Alex Beam and singer Adam Hendrickson wanted to create a rock band that would have been around in the seventies. Decadence, Debauchery, Comradery, and even though it doesn't stand up to the first three, friendship. Jared Scaggs became a friend of the band in 2002, and it was quickly noticed that he would be an integral part of this band. He is Stevie Ray Vaughn reincarnated. Once college hit, it wasn't hard to find the two remaining members to fill out this monstrosity. Brian Enders and Adam Hendrickson had met several years earlier at a high school event, and they kept in contact enough to realize that they write some damn good songs. Brian Enders is Jimmy Page with red hair. Danny Ruxton enters the group after the departure of our last drummer. His sense of rhythm comes from a devotion to Danny Carey. The sound keeps getting thicker. Vince Karamonov sits in on bass for the Muncie gigs because he's that good of a learner. Our influences include Aerosmith, The Doors, Stone Temple Pilots, Queens of the Stone Age, Alice In Chains, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Queen, U2, and Guns and Roses. The difference between my band and other bands is that we actually create music without limitations. If you listen to a cd of ours, every song is unique. We never write with the intention of creating a specific type of song. If we see right away that it's heading in a specific direction we may push it that way, but we never force songs to come out. It's time to put a stop to conventional pop. Rock and Roll is fading in this country and radio music is pathetic. Those two points right there are what this band is all about. We are the resurrectors of rock and roll.