SuperVain plays rock n' roll. Pure and simple. This isn't the so-called "rock n' roll" that you hear on the radio these days. This is the rock n' roll that you hear on a Stones or Zeppelin record. The kind of rock n' roll that was born from the blues.


Based out of the musical melting pot of Lower Allston, Massachusetts since August of 2003, SuperVain has worked to generate, refine, and regenerate a sound and style seemingly absent on the current Boston musical landscape. Like most noteworthy rock n' roll bands, SuperVain borrows from different styles and influences, while always holding true to the spirit of rock n' roll. The sound, best described as melodic, is an effortless match of danceable rhythms and guitar hooks that borrow from roots, rock n' roll, blues and jam inspired bands. SuperVain may remind the listener of the revitalized rock n' roll sound developed in the early and mid '90s by bands such as The Black Crowes, Blind Melon, and The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies. At the same time, listeners will undoubtedly hear the influences of the Allman Brothers Band, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and similar classic rock n' roll bands.


Released EP - "Down That Road"
Radio Airplay - "Long Gone" from the EP "Down That Road" was played by Shred on WBCN's local music radio hour.

Set List

The length of our setlist is a product of the venue's requirements. In other words, the setlist is tailored to the length of our alotted slot at the venues that we play. Usually, our setlist consists of 7 - 9 songs, most of which are original compositions. Occasionally, we play covers, including the following:

1. "Man of Many Words," Buddy Guy
2. "Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)," The Rolling Stones
3. "Bring It On Home," Zed Zeppelin
4. "Living for the City," Stevie Wonder
5. "Fearless," Pink Floyd