The Kings of Nowhere
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The Kings of Nowhere

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New Bird: played on the Chill Out: East Coast Edition CD under the name Michael Anton, originally the first tracj on the bands first album.
Something More: The second song on the album is a blend of spanish guitar and rock and is a great melodic rock piece.
Echoes of a Deadman: One of the band's most popular rock songs this songs defines the bands efforts to create a modernized classic rock sound that is both unique and intense.
Hollow Bodies: nicknamed the "Tequila" song Hollow Bodies is an amazing blend of rock and funk with some insane guitar rifts.
Run Away: Another very popular song in the bands debut album Run Away is a classic love rock song, resembles a little James Blunt , but very classy.
Yesterday: This lyric driven song has an a great funk beat , but is truly poetry rock at it's best.
Lonely Road: One of the band's favorite songs due to an old lady who stood up at a concert and screamed "I love that one" Lonely road has som very dark lyrics, but is driven by the twangy blues rock guitar and a johnny cash feel, Lonely road is truly a special song.
Hold My Heart: The "get some" song this rock love song is a big hit with the female audience and is unique because the sound is very country rock which adds a great mix to the bands sound.



"The Kings of Nowhere" began with the film career of Michael Anton creator of the cult classic "Potheads The Movie" as he began transitioning towards a career in music. Armed with an acoustic guitar and a highly raw but unique voice Michael recruited veteran local rock artists Brad Hefflefinger and Greg Livengood for a performance at Kenny's Castaways in New York City. The band who only had played together for 3 weeks drove from small town Greensburg, PA to the Big Apple to play their first concert together under the name "Trip Dizzies". Shortly after the three hit the studio to finally complete Michael's album under the band's new name "The Kings of Nowhere."