Stereo Down
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Stereo Down

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The first album which is self titled includes songs:
Kata Lambano
Burnt Out Cowboy
Oil Stamp
Ode to Dimebag

Lift it Up
Slow Learner
Box Fan

Currently, the songs Oil Stamp and Footprints are played on our local radio station 100.3 THE EDGE.



Stereo Down describes themselves as a modern rock band with a soul. The band was first created by some of the members when they were apart of a band called Monoxide Project. By adding new members Erin Hurley and Bob Appleby, they evolved into Stereo Down and began writing music around the events in each members lives. The result was creating a sound of rock and roll that is heavy in pain as well as the joys of life. The crowd in front of a Stereo Down concert is always drawn in to the music and can actually feel and recognize with the messages that Stereo Down displays. Music should touch you deep in your soul and yet relay a positive message. Stereo Down exhibits that with electrifying power rifts as well as harmonic, soulful ballads. Stereo Down sounds like a mixture of Lynard Skynard, Pantera, Alice in Chains, and Soundgarden with a touch of the famous slide guitar work of Robert Johnson. That is definitely a wide variety of music, but Stereo Down refuses to be influenced by only one style of music. You will be able to hear all of the influences within their original music. With some help from Ardent Records producer, Jason Latshaw, their self titled first album was released and the music from it has been played among many well named bands and has been loved just as much by the fans. Stereo Down has had the pleasure of meeting and befriending national acts such as the Kentucky Headhunters, Black Stone Cherry, and Travis Meeks of The Days of the New. Stereo Down played a show with Black Stone Cherry and the Kentucky Headhunters in which during the Kentucky Headhunters set, Stereo Down got to join them as well as Black Stone Cherry on stage for a song collaboration. They have also played a gig for our local radio station in which Hurt was the headliner. Upon arriving at the venue, there was a line around the building for the show. Assuming that most of the crowd had arrived to see Hurt, Stereo Down was very thrilled to hear the whole crowd singing the chorus to one of their ballads, Burnt Out Cowboy. To hear a crowd of 300-500 people singing your music was one of the most thrilling and encouraging moments for Stereo Down. Other national bands that they have had the pleasure of performing with include Drowning Pool, Nonpoint, Smile Empty Soul, LA Guns, Britney Fox, Evans Blue, Future Leaders of the World, David Allen Coe, Ashes Divide, 10 years and many more. In addition to playing many high profile shows, Stereo Down has a soft heart for charitable events. They have played many benefit shows including a fundraiser for Draven, a six year old boy with a brain tumor, and Hurricane Katrina victims. Stereo Down has been Artists of the Month for Arkansas Rock Entertainment several times and has been number one for the most searched unsigned band in Arkansas. You can also find their music on the military documentary "Answering the Call", as well as on the movie soundtrack for Decadent Evil II, produced by Charles Band. (For more references, you may also search Monoxide Project) To sum up, we leave you with a generous quote from a fan, "I am partial to Stereo Down cause those guys kick so much ass that if rock was a weapon, they could end all wars."