Survivors Guilt
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Survivors Guilt


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Andrew Reynolds is the drummer for Survivor's Guilt. Sponsored by the distinguished Shine Drums, Reynolds is a self-taught drummer. At the exceptional age of nineteen, Andrew exudes talent and can brag about his drum sponsorship or upcoming audition with Motley Crue, but doesn’t. This unassuming drummer hit’s the skins and can out perform the likes of any professional drummer to date.

Reynolds distinct good looks are a perfect balance to his reserved musician’s persona. Drumming for going on eleven years, Andrew Reynolds has been influenced by Green Day, Motley Crue, Dream Theater, Blink 182 and Senses Fail to name only a few. His inherent skills on drums are owed to Andrew’s father, Don Reynolds, who also contributed to Andrew’s skills on the piano.

Reynolds is also a guitarist. However, a true drummer at heart, Reynolds’ has a desire to “exceed my passion for music” when it comes to his role with Survivor’s Guilt. Andrew Reynolds has also been invited by Tommy Lee (Motley Crue ) to audition for a coveted warm-up slot during Motley Crue’s Crue Festival 2 this summer.

Robert Pesti, known to Survivor's Guilt as Bobby, is the lead guitarist in the band. Robert’s fervent capability to captivate a crowd only compliments his aptitude for flawless, and improvisational, solo work. Pesti facilitates showmanship. Where other guitarists rely on showmanship to blur their inability to solo without direction, Robert’s stage persona compliments his authentic gift to play lead guitar.

Pesti has been influenced by Sonic Youth, Bob Dylan, Radiohead, and RATM. He has been playing for eight years, and is self taught. On stage Pesti embodies the late Ian Curtis. Curtis, who was known for his stage presence, seems to hemorrhage his serious talent and façade of seizure dancing through Robert Pesti’s entertaining charisma. “I’m looking forward to touring and recording.” is a comment from Pesti on his role within Survivor's Guilt.

Sean Brauer is the snake-charmer in Survivor's Guilt. Sean’s role is with rhythm guitar but there is something unexplainable about his aura that will soon be drawing a crowd to his side of the stage. “As his publicist I can see how people can be intrigued by him, and then get bit by his talent. Much like a snake-charmer, but in a good way”- Tanya Vece. Brauer is a more fashionable version of bad-boy British comic Russell Brand.

Corresponding with his modelesk looks is Sean’s magnetic personality. Brauer’s self-taught thirteen years of guitar playing has been influenced by bands including Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Mega Death, Iron Maiden and other “new age metal” groups. He also has an extrasensory musical connection with a grandfather he has never met, and whose name remains a mystery. Sean found his guitar around age eight. It was distressed with only two strings and Brauer’s mystical connection to the guitar has seemed to pay off.

“My goal is to go anywhere and be able to play music and draw a crowd” Sean said in reference to his role with Survivor's Guilt. “I never thought I would be able to attract junior high cock!” was Sean’s playful quote concerning his own appeal to mass audiences.

Joshua Hawkins is the lead singer, and bassist, for Survivor's Guilt. The founding member of the band, Joshua provides a more silent and serious role. Hawkins’ ability to sing ,play and write music is considered a triple threat in the entertainment business. However, Joshua's coyness around people leads one to underestimate his strapping ability as a musician.

Hawkins draws in his listeners through his magnetic Gavin Rossdale like voice, as well as with his intense lyrics. Hawkins has an ability to be miscalculated by his audiences, which leaves them in awe of his ability to flip from the shy boy in the corner to a rabid musician bellowing out profound lyrics. Joshua Hawkins has been influenced by Alice in Chains, Bad Religion and Smashing Pumpkins. He has played at The House of Blues in Las Vegas, and looks forward to expanding Survivor's Guilt (a name he gave the band based off of his own experiences with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) onto the Sunset Strip music scene.

The band, Survivor's Guilt, is represented by famed publicist Tanya Vece. All media questions, or requests, can be sent to: or (206) 650-9234