The Wind Talkers
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The Wind Talkers


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"If I Were You."

8 mm, Sir Splendid, and The Mojave (now known as The Wind Talkers) @ The Casbah. 8mm headlines but are "joined by a trio of solid San Diego bands."

~ Troy Johnson (City Beat) - San Diego City Beat

"The Mojave (now known as The Windtalkers) on Sophie 103.7"

..."They even put us on their website for a while," says singer/guitarist/songwriter Tommy Graf, 19. Sophie 103.7 played "Low" by his Beatles-flavored local band Mojave at 1 in the afternoon."....

--Ken Leighton (Author) - San Diego Reader


The Wind Talkers ~ Singles
Low- FM 94.9(with Tim Pyles) San Diego
Girl- FM 94.9(with Tim Pyles) San Deigo
Stop And Then Go- FM 94.9
Request Low, Girl or Stop And Then Go
contact 94.9 radio station at (no area code) 570-1949



..."The Wind Talkers are a band from Southern California who touch on elements of The Jesus and Mary Chain, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Primal Scream!... Their first demo captured my attention almost immediately! Book them, play them or write about them and you can say - "yep I remember when"? Cause they're on their way to rocking your world!

Tim Pyles
FM 94/9
San Diego, CA

"...You could feel the grit, the honesty, and the emotion not only in the words Graf sung, but in the sounds being brought up from the fiddling of knobs on his peddle board and the powerful beats being laid down from atop the stage. All three band members were in definite synch with each other- and such a connected delivery made it obvious that this was where they found an outlet for all of their problems, fears, hopes, and disappointments. And, sitting there, singing along to “Low” and ‘Sun” (a favorite of mine from high school), I, as a listener, found an outlet as well.

“Your hurtful eyes show you the way”
“How low can you go?”
“You can only listen to the words they say/ Only listen to the TV screens”
“The thing I really like about Tommy’s lyrics is that they are made up of his experience, and when he sings them, he’s actually feeling the emotion. It’s going on in his life and he’s just putting it out there. It’s like his naked body up there and everyone can just stare at it,” said Gurns during my interview with the band before the show..."

by Emma Dennis The Mojave: A Desert Sound