Remedy Drive
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Remedy Drive

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The best kept secret in music


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2006 - 'rip open the skies' producer jim cooper
2004 - 'magnify'
2002 - 'a live album'
2000 - 'remedy drive'


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It’s not for nothing that the four Zach brothers, better known as Remedy Drive, have been playing 200 shows for each of the past several years. The Nebraska based piano-driven rockers known for their Euro-rock twist and immaculate vocal harmonies have been a favorite with west coast and midwest audiences for their energetic live shows and their innate abilities to connect with the crowd.

They have played festivals, clubs, colleges and hundreds of churches in between, selling over 20,000 copies of their independent projects. David, Philip, Paul and Daniel Zach offer a fresh experience to fans who seek more than just a musical moment. “We want to ignite listeners, wake them up to something that they may not even know exists within them,” says David (vocals, piano, guitar), and to that end, Remedy Drive employs well-crafted beds of thick chords, backbeats and intuitive lyrics.
Talking with Remedy Drive, you get a very clear sense that they are more interested in using their music to provoke conversation than to provide answers. Daniel (drums) says, “Our music focuses on a hope that will remain. Sometimes people expect artists or bands to have the answers, but we don’t have all the answers. We just want to point to the truth that will last. At the end of the day, we’d like to know that we opened hearts to ask and consider new questions.” Paul (vocals, guitar) is equally eloquent in sharing this focus, saying, “If there’s anything we are passionate about with our music, it’s to call us all to live for something bigger.”

You know their passion is an honest one when you hear the enthusiasm in Philip’s voice as he talks of sharing conversations with audience members across the country. “We are really intentional about hanging out with the fans after the shows. To tell you the truth,” he adds, “when we get to talk to them and hear what they’re excited about, we enjoy that more than playing.”

While Remedy Drive are happy about signing to a record label and enjoying a burgeoning musical career, it’s clear that the true source of their excitement lies somewhere else, somewhere more substantial and meaningful. David sums it up for the band when he says: “One huge reason that we do this is that we just love music. It is the one thing in life that points to the existence of something real, whether we’re in a crowded club, a church, or an outdoor festival. There’s just something about truth at 100 decibels.”

Listeners can look forward to the Ian Eskelin (All Star United) produced national debut, scheduled for a summer 2008 release. Catch Remedy Drive’s high energy live show at festivals this summer including Higher Ground, Lifelight, Ichthus, Crossover, Night Vision, Faithfest MN, Spirit West and Rock The Light, as well other venues across the US. It’s an experience you don’t want to miss.