TreeUnion

TreeUnion

BandPopSinger/Songwriter

TreeUnion is the product of singer/songwriter, Dylan Byrne, who is a recent graduate from NYU film school. The band is currently recording their debut album, "Happy Moon Man Face" which focuses on positivity, environmental awareness, peace, love, and general silliness. Dylan likes apple juice.

Biography

Once upon a time a troubadour by the name of Dylan Byrne left his home in southern California and journeyed to Greenwich Village, New York where he befriended alchemist Branden Stroup (bass) and blacksmith Will Lopez (drums) forming a union of trees they called... the TreeUnion. The gang was not yet complete until the three friends stumbled upon a raggedy stuffed parrot playing the flute in an east village trash bin. He told them his name was Elbadour and soon became a key member of the band. He is also their manager. TreeUnion play a mix of rock, folk, and reggae, and focus on positivity, environmental and social awareness, peace, love, and general silliness. The band is currently in the studio recording their debut album, Happy Moon Man Face. For a solo acoustic sample, check out the Extra Life EP. Spread the word. Plant the seed. Peace and happiness. Dylan likes apple juice.

Discography

Self produced "Extra Life EP" (http://www.dylanbyrnemusic.com/music.html)

Set List

Typical set is 45 minutes (8 or 9 songs). Covers are usually incorporated into original songs. Some include Lennon's "Give Peace a Chance," and Cat Stevens' "Where Do the Children Play."