Left On Sunset
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Left On Sunset

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The best kept secret in music


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Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


It began as a few afternoon guitar jam sessions for Ken and Evan in the spring of 2001. What was intended to be a weekend hobby quickly became something more when the idea was suggested that these jam sessions be expanded. A few weeks later, they moved to the basement and Left On Sunset was born. These sessions were a way for four guys to indulge their love of playing live music.

The only thing that overshadowed their passion for music was their desire to share it with others. As more friends started coming over to hang out and listen, they realized that others might enjoy listening to their Saturday afternoon hobby as well. A few private parties for friends and family led to other engagements at graduations, block parties and corporate holiday parties. The band then decided it was time to take their music to the public, and began playing the local bar scene.

After honing their skills with several gigs at a local bar, the band’s desire for other opportunities continued to grow, and Left On Sunset is not one to pass up an opportunity. From the Waukesha County Fair, to the grand opening of the Metro Market downtown, to the growing list of local bars, these guys are always looking for a willing crowd to share their passion with.

The songs Left On Sunset covers run the gamut from rock to punk to country, and all things in between. Bands like Bon Jovi, Green Day, the Goo Goo Dolls, the BoDeans and even the Dixie Chicks make their way into their sets, and it is these same artists that provide the influence for their original music.

Known for their wide variety of cover songs, the catchy originals they mix into their sets, and their energetic stage show, Left On Sunset has entertained people of all ages and musical appreciations. From weekend hobby to the local music scene, Left on Sunset has continued to expand their musical horizons, meeting new people, and making new fans and friends along the way.