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sister morphine

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"NEO Music News"

NEO Music News: Sister Morphine
by John Benson/Special to The Plain Dealer
Friday April 10, 2009, 9:30 AM
Alternative reliever: Armed with its debut five-song EP, Sister Morphine - Colleen Brock (vocals), Chris Hinegardner (guitar), Jeff Ganelli (bass) and Les Horton (drums) - is billed as an unlikely mix between Social Distortion, Foo Fighters, Disturbed and Tool. "Yeah, that's pretty accurate," Ganelli said. "That's where we are. And we're growing. We're growing fast. We're getting a good fanbase, and everything is moving along really well for the band. I think it's the sound of the music. There's a lot of heavy metal out there in the Cleveland area, and our sound is more something that people can sit and drink and enjoy. It's got a good melody and rhythm to it." With plans for a full-length debut to be released early next year, the quartet celebrates its EP with a free release show at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Phantasy Nightclub, 11802 Detroit Ave., Lakewood. Call 216-228-6300.

- the cleveland plain dealer


Sister Morphine - self titled EP
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The was started in June of 2008 featuring female vocalist Colleen Brock, guitartist Chris Hinegrdner, Bass guitarist Joe becks and Les Horton on Drums. Got together writing, composing and developing their own sound. The bands influences are Alice in Chains and Foo Fighters. The band plays high energy original rock music and is continuing to form a large fan base through out the northern Ohio music scene. Grace Slick fronted Alice in chains you would have Sister Morphine, This is the best way to describe the band sound.