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"Savannah GA Artical"

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WormsLoew
"Maybe it's Jupiter Coyote's Matt Mayes taking these boys under his managerial wing, or the addition of highly skilled lead guitarist Steve Gerard, or the experience they've gained after bumping up their live schedule and spending more time in a real recording studio, but this up-and-coming local "Y'allternative" band is making great strides in both their songwriting and their presentation. Their newest demos spotlight a group slowly stepping out of the long shadow of their obvious influences. They're now crafting a polished pop sound that's more reminiscent of Train or Matchbox 20 than Skynyrd or the DBTs".


- Connect Savannah


Discography

Wormsloew is curently working on their Debut release CD Titled "One Of These Day's." Two tracks off the up and coming cd (Scared and Hold me Down) are getting recognizable air play on several of the South Eastern stations.

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Bio

With the upcoming release of their first EP and constant touring on the horizon, the future looks bright and busy for these low country boys. For the past three years the band has been honing its sound; writing and playing with the determination, conviction, and desperation that only a young band screaming to be heard possess. Their music is melodic and catchy, fresh with virility and possibilities. Just take a listen to Scared or Hold me down. Wormsloew is Andrew Gill- vocals, guitar, Matt Wesley- vocals, guitar, keyboards, mandolin, Steve Garard- lead guitar, Chad Norris- bass, and Joseph Wilson- Drums. The band has shared the stage with drivin’ & cryin’, Jupiter Coyote, and Stewart &Winfield to name a few. They have also played Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day Festival (second largest one in the country) as well as performed on the charitable Rock the Cure, musicians against diabetes concert.