Ring of Saturn

Ring of Saturn


On June 29th, Ring of Saturn celebrated the release of their full-length debut album, 'Proof of Existence', which landed them a spot on the Atlanta Rockers for Life compilation CD. With Alt Rock Influences such as Incubus and Our Lady Peace, they present emotional depth and hard hitting rock riffs.


After years of going it as a solo act, Scott Wells met up with two talented musicians and life-long friends Gary Harden and James Maples to form the group Ring of Saturn. Gathering old material and cranking out new tunes, they quickly managed to get into the production of their debut album later to be titled, "Proof of Existence". While producing the album it became clear that another guitar player would be needed for live performances. Sean Gallaher was a close friend and fit the role perfectly.
Discovered on MySpace by the producers of the Rockers for Life campaign, Ring of Saturn was asked to appear on their Atlanta region compilation album which will be available July 2007.


2007 - Proof of Existence

Set List

Two of our members are also in a cover band. We typically split the shows with them. Ring of Saturn starts the show with about an hour set of all our original material. Then we concede the stage to The Unmentionables, a cover band that plays every hit over the past four decades ranging from Tom Petty's "Last Dance with Mary Jane" to "Brick House" by The Commodores and of course the Skynard classics "Sweet Home Alabama" and "Freebird". Together we can easily play for four hours or more.
Also, since every one of our original songs was written on an acoustic guitar, we can do great acoustic sets.