Madison Shore
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Madison Shore

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The best kept secret in music


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The Myrtle Beach Sessions


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Formerly known as “Everyone’s Satellite,” Madison Shore continues to solidify the fan base it achieved with the previous name. After an overhaul of the lineup and a prolific growing period for all four of its members, the band decided that “Everyone’s Satellite” had fallen off the horizon.

The last show as ‘the Satellite’ was in Myrtle Beach, SC. After trading stories, bonding, and much help from local venue the Social, the band knew there was something about the beach.

Madison Shore was born.

The members pulled the name from their home in Madison Park and a place that evoked profound expression for the band, the beach. The song “The Beach” comes from a night guitarist Brad Halter and pianist Blake Zahnd spent on the sand that became a recess from a particularly trying period in both their lives.

Madison Shore’s sound pulls from the sum of its influences and experience, spanning rock to pop, from the Beach Boys to Further Seems Forever.

Halter’s soulful guitar mixed with Zahnd’s delicate piano runs make powerful melodies put behind epic vocal harmonies. This is supported by the warm, soothing low notes made by bassist Scott Duffey and catchy, jazzy rhythms from drummer Domenic Powell.

Madison Shore is trying to tell you something. Time spent honing their craft and other local bands matured their voices beyond their years for their first serious composition.

The boys are currently recording the “June, July, and pieces of August” EP, a concept cataloguing their shared period of change, transition, and growth.

The band has a solid, growing fan base in Charlotte and in cities across North and South Carolina. The majority of fans range from ages 16-25, with a strong college-age base. The band has begun to see radio play outside of college radio in Myrtle Beach and Columbia, SC.

Madison Shore is one to watch, but more importantly one to listen to ‘June, July, pieces of August,’ and beyond.

No one knows what the tide will bring...