Stateside Stereo
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Stateside Stereo

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LP: Immortalize
Released 2/27/2010

21st Century
The Impossible
Cody Knows
Smart Girls
She Calls Dangerous
Push It Away
Maybe by the Spring

EP: The Stateside Stereo EP:

Released Songs:
21st Century

Radio play at local radio stations and online stations. Music has been used in documentary and independent films.



Stateside Stereo has strong Texas roots and one New England import. Bob, J.R., and Freddy started playing together in Katy, TX as high school friends. Enter Evan, from Maine, stir, add some rock & roll, and you’ve got Stateside Stereo. This eclectic mixture of sensibilities provides the foundation for some very interesting and exciting musical explorations into the world of rock, southern rock, and pop.

Stateside Stereo’s newly released album "immortalize," originally titled "Dirty Shoes, Empty Rooms" is a musical homage to the life of a small rock & roll band, trying to juggle musical passions with the realities of life. Maybe it’s because of our home base in stormy Houston, or maybe because we don’t know how to read the Farmer’s Almanac, but throughout our sporadic touring we realized that it rained nearly every show night for us, leading to muddy equipment, soggy musicians, and a collection of “Dirty Shoes” (not to mention dirty effects pedals and muddy drum pedals). There are two things we learned about stormy show nights:

1. Soggy people don’t dance very well

2. Therefore, people choose not to get soggy, and stay home.

Hence “Empty Rooms.” Rock & Roll doesn’t do rain checks.

The beauty of Stateside Stereo, and why we have so much fun as a band, is that, regardless of how soggy and muddy we are, regardless of how hard it is to get lure people from their homes during Houston’s hurricane season, we still have a blast onstage. And man, when it’s nice weather, like last February 18th, we love to rock to a full house at our favorite clubs, including the legendary Dan Electro’s Guitar Bar.

So check us out. Come, rain or shine. We’ll even provide the galoshes. Of course, we’d be happy to play Southern California for the rest of our careers. That weather would ensure a full-house, bopping to our music, every show.