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Seventh Addition


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"Chris Russell, KTDR-FM"

"As Program Director for KTDR-FM, it quickly becomes common knowledge that the Del Rio, TX area has always been a hotbed for young musical talent...Wolfman Jack could not have found a more talented band with the world in front of them like Seventh Addition. Whether it's their "home-grown" tracks like "Where We Used To Be" or "Like The Rain", Seventh Addition combines Cross Canadian Ragweed with Switchfoot like no other young band today. Their covers are classic and timeless - just like covers should be. The boys draw well; we always see (and hear) from a very devoted fanbase that will follow Seventh Addition around the state. We sell them up on the air with tidbits like "From George Strait to George Thorogood...from Alan Jackson to ZZ Top..." to describe the boys eclectic yet supremely talented style. I'm very proud to have met, gotten to know, and have the opportunity to spin Seventh Addition here on Mix 96." - .

"Al Barlow"

"These young men are some of the most talented musicians to come out of this part of Texas in years. They blew me away with their original compositions, such as "Like The Rain" and "February Corona". I expect these young men to go far in the music business."

- New Braunfels Life

"Jim Beal, Jr."

"This new, original rock band includes members influenced by a range of acts, from George Strait, to Incubus. Now that's eclectic." - San Antonio Express-News


The band's first full length album "Young, Broke, and Fabulous" produced by Paul Leary and recorded at Pedernales Studio, is set for release in February '07. "Falling" and "Walk Through Fire" are being played in select markets in Texas.



Seventh Addition strives to bring back the raaawk to rock n' roll. Remember groups like Guns n Roses, Motley Crue, Aerosmith, the Rolling Stones, AC/DC? What the hell happened? Seventh Addition aims to bring you the finest in all rock n roll, the Gibsons, the Marshall Stacks, and the pure adrenaline that once dominated the rock landscape. Their music is based on the theory that people want to hear music they can party with or fall in love with. Their live performances, some of which include The State Fair of Texas two years in a row; Corona Club in Acuna, Mexico; Old Pecan Street Festival; and this years Poteet Strawberry Festival, are filled with energy and a great live sound.