The Park Band

The Park Band

 Troy, Alabama, USA
BandRockClassic Rock

The band is fun, easy to work with, and aims to please any kind of crowd. Although many people call the band the baby of Tom Petty & The Black Crowes, they are influenced by many different musical backgrounds.

Biography

The Park Band came together for the first time during the summer of 2008, and they have been blowing up the stage ever since. They have played across the southeast while also working their way up the east coast, and they don’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. Their amazing vocals, unforgettable harmonica, incredible guitar riffs, and hard hitting rhythm section gives The Park Band a sound like no other that fits into no particular genre but their own. They have proven to be a very fun and chilled out group that puts on a high energy performance creating such a fun and exciting atmosphere everywhere they go. Although difficult to describe in words, their sound is a delivery of southern rock mixed with a little jam blues in between. Their catchy songwriting has led The Park Band’s original songs to become very popular among their fans. As of December 2010, The Park Band has played well over 150 shows in the year of 2010 alone sharing the stage with acts such as 2011 American Idol contestant Paul McDonald with Hightide Blues, Moon Taxi, Blackberry Smoke and Still Time.

The Park Band’s debut album “Peace of Mind” was released on September 18, 2009. The album holds eight original songs that deliver a classic southern rock and roll sound that some say resembles a mixture of Tom Petty and The Black Crowes. The album was produced by Jeremy Stephens of Clearwave Recording Studio in Decatur, Alabama who has worked with artists such as Gregg Allman, Jason Isbell, Highly Kind, and JB Roberts. The album is now available for download on iTunes and CD’s are available in the online store or at any of their live performances.

Discography

Peace of Mind

Set List

Two Empty Pockets
Troubled Mind
Someday
Peaceful Music
Top of the Mountain
Long Road
Why Can’t You Stay
She Came in Through the Out Gate
Say Hello
Still the Same
Lowdown Throwdown
Hold On Merlene
Kings Jewelry
Goodbye My Love
Marty Martyn
Second Chances
Should've Known