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The best kept secret in music

Press


"Pop rock with a touch of bubblegum, garage, and glam."

Pop rock with a touch of bubblegum, garage, and glam. If KISS has a party and invited BTO and The Ramones to jam with them, it might sound something like this. Motor City Rock n Roll, baby! - David Bash, International Pop Overthrow


"The Badways combine traditional Detroit sounds"

The Badways combine traditional Detroit sounds such as a solid White Stripes' like guitar with the sweet harmonic sounds like the Beach Boys in their cd, Leave Her Alone. - *Jessica Mousseau, From The Garage


"The Badways are power pop band obsessed with garage rock"

The Badways are power pop band obsessed with garage rock, a sound not explored enough in the indie pop scene, in our opinion, and a sound that is more than pleasantly refreshing in the hands of the jangling and ringing guitars. - Not Lame Records


"Sounds like Steven Van Zandt couldn't have invented a better band for his Underground Garage channel on Sirius."

Sounds like Steven Van Zandt couldn't have invented a better band for his Underground Garage channel on Sirius. - Absolute Powerpop


"A happy-go-lucky garage rock band, poppy 60's-influenced rock and roll."

A happy-go-lucky garage rock band, poppy 60's-influenced rock and roll.
- The Detroit News


Discography

Leave Her Alone (2005 Black Spot Records)
produced by Dave Feeny at the Tempermill

as heard on Detroit area radio stations 89X, 97.1, 760WJR.

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Bio

Since the summer of 2003, The Badways have been taking a little bit of everything they’ve ever heard to make something new and fresh. Todd brings a rougher rock sound to the mix while Mike tries to smooth out the rough edges with a touch of pop. And it wouldn’t be complete without the rockin’ rhythm section made up of Detroit’s own Webster Brothers. Performing throughout Detroit, the Badways never fail to entertain. Make sure you catch them soon..you won’t be disappointed.