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Oct
16
time to spare @ circadia arts center

portland, Oregon, USA

portland, Oregon, USA

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These guys are the wackiest rockinest jamminest guys I have ever come across. I mean, hey, I am one of them, I should Know!\\\
Josh Orr
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We have just released out debut album, and are hoping to get it out to as many people as possible. You can obtain a free copy by going to our site, and we will send one out!

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We are a 3 piece band from Portland that I suppose could be considered an indie/rock/jam band, although nothing really describes our style that comes to mind. We are all around 30, with Josh Orr on bass, Nick Orr on guitar/vocals, and Samuel Newbold on drums and synthesizer. Our fans seem to really like our music, and we just got finished recording our first album. We are looking to share our style with a wider audience and contacting record labels to fulfill our dream of playing to a larger group of people who are like-minded and like jam style bands with strong lyrics and a passion for music.

We have played a variety of venues around portland, and more recently at the Portland "burning man soak" in Salem. Our band is influenced by the jam bands like the Grateful Dead, Phish, and many others, however different in so many ways. We never play the same song the same way twice, as our jams are spontaneous and change at each show. Some days they are short jams, and when the mood is right they can go on and on...but always within taste and we try not to drone them out and be boring.

Nick and Josh are brothers and have been playing together since childhood. Sam is from San Diego, and moved up to Portland to make music, and we were lucky to find him. His drumming and synthesizer work sets us apart from a larger band, as we are a 3 piece that sounds more like a 4 piece.

More information can be found at our site.
www.myspace.com/relatedmaterial