Mary's Gunns
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Watch for the first full-length Mary's Gunns release later in 2007!

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More metal than Gn’R, more laid-back than Megadeth, more Southern than Motley Crue, and more Northern than AC/DC, Mary’s Gunns pick up where the 80’s heavyweights left off and scream new life into classic rock. Their music is in no way just a retro trend or merely derivative, it is instead a continuation, expansion and addition to a balls-to-the-wall rock and roll tradition.

Jamming together since childhood in their hometown of White Rock, Wes Sheppard, Kylan Prince and Corey Bryant weren’t truly Mary’s Gunns until they added Shaun Arthurs to the line-up in 2005. As the bastard sons of Axl and Slash, Steve and Joe, Ozzy and Tony, Page and Plant, their sound is deeply rooted in the music they grew up banging their heads to.

They took that sound to Vancouver stages as soon as their fake IDs could get them through the bar door. Their active gigging schedule of 2006 topped out at over 30 shows. And their notoriety grew when the band swept every level of BC Fan Wars - culminating in a landslide victory for the Gunns and a marathon hour and a half encore demanded by legions of rock-crazed fans. They are currently working on their first album in White Rock’s Rock Beach Studio and plan to follow up the release with tours to the East and the South.

Their straight-up, blues influenced, guitar-forward rock anthems would be perfectly comfortable on any classic rock station. However, with slick riffs that are a step ahead of the game and more than one sonic trick up their tattooed sleeves, they refuse to settle into the comfort of genre and push through any boundary that crosses their path. Consistently diverse and dynamically easygoing, Mary’s Gunns make complexity look simple and simply rock.