Sunday Afternoon

Sunday Afternoon

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Sunday Afternoon conveys heartfelt melody with energetic and tight grooves. Having opened for the likes of Sugar Ray, Leftover Salmon, Michael Glabicki (Rusted Root) and Tim Reynolds, they have displayed their versatility as a live act.

Biography

Sunday Afternoon have always been known for their high energy live shows. All members stem from different musical backgrounds making for an eclectic sound. Rick's versatile and passionate voice, mixed with Joey's original hybrid of electric-acoustic guitar, floating over the smooth, melodic and funky flavor of Tyler's bass, all solidify with tight-deep-grooves by Ryan on drums......making for the unique sound that is Sunday Afternoon. Over the six years of the band's existence, they have received numerous awards for Tucson's best Rock/Pop/Indie act. The strong Arizona fan base they have built, has allowed them to open for acts such as; Sugar Ray, Leftover Salmon, Tim Reynolds and Amos Lee. With complex, yet mature arrangements, the listener is taken on a musical journey on their latest release, Something Always Leads You Home. In working with legendary Producer, Ryan Greene(best known for all NOFX albums), and Executive Producer, Steve Smith(formerly of Clear Channel), they have never sounded better on record. Currently, the band is preparing for a national tour in support of the record.

Discography

Stories (LP)2001
No Boundaries(EP)2003
Something Always Leads You Home(LP)2006

"Anybody" current single on 92.9 The Mountain in Tucson.
"Icarus" currently getting national radio time.

Budweiser True Music Band of Tucson 2003-'05

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Set List

Stories
Free
Passing Me By
Icarus
Find you
Belong
Far Away
Back In The Day
The Road
Shifter
Anybody
Brazilian Girl
Incredible Nobody
Purple 7
Learn To Love

Sets vary all the time. They can be anywhere from 45 minutes to 3 hours.
Sometimes cover Dave Matthews, The Police, The Who, Alice In Chains, Michael Jackson, Paul Simon, and Pearl Jam.