Overhead Ground
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Overhead Ground

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOCEeSL1Oo0 - YouTube


The first track on Women Need Iron, “Roswell Gray,” eventually caught the ear of the Regular Guys on their morning show on Rock 100.5 FM in Atlanta. After listening to Roswell Gray live on air, The Regular Guys challenged the band to write a similar "battle cry" for the city of John's Creek in North Atlanta and come in perform it live in studio. Overhead Ground responded in a week’s time with “The Battle of Old Alabama”—a hard charging war cry soaked in humor. Both “Roswell Gray” and “The Battle of Old Alabama” were played live on air and The Regular Guys were "floored." Immediately after hearing them play for the first time, the Regular Guys invited Overhead Ground to perform at their annual Keg's and Egg's Party on St. Patrick's Day. The band performed before Kip Winger at the event. "Angel of Death" is getting regular airplay on Bulldog 100.1 in Athens, GA.



We sound like brown liquor and cannons.
Overhead Ground is a three-piece heavy rock and roll band from Atlanta, Georgia. Their music has been described as loud, thought- provoking and aggressive.
In December of 2007, Overhead Ground partnered with producer Billy Bennett (The Whigs, MGMT) at Chase Park Transduction in Athens, Georgia to record their first EP "Women Need Iron." The record was an instant underground success backed by self-produced videos available on the band’s MySpace page and YouTube. OG recorded their first full length EP with Billy Bennet in January 2009. The band is currently booking and playing Atlanta venues like Smith's Olde Bar, The Drunken Unicorn, Lenny's and The Masquerade.

The three members of Overhead Ground - David Dudley, (bass guitar), David Marler, (guitar), and Timothy A Smith, (percussion) - grew up together in Atlanta, Georgia. Marler and Smith both learned of their similar musical interests in the third grade. It wasn't until high school that Marler met Dudley and the pair began playing guitar together. Now, the three have joined forces to create sound, the likes of which have never been heard.