9 Xtra Floors
Music is action. Music is life. Music is the air in your lungs. You can live for it. You can die for it. It can be the warm friend that cheers you up when things are down. It can be sexy. It can heal your wounds. Music has no limits, beautiful in it's predictibilty. Every note has been played that is going to be played. Every chord has been struck. Every note has been sung. But you can't escape. You can run, but even if you hide- it will find you. We don't listen to music because we want to, we listen because we have to. Albert (vocals, guitars)makes music not because he wants to, but he has to. He wants to be remembered more as a song writer than a singer. 'A song is so much more than a voice or a guitar riff,' Albert says, 'it can be everything and nothing at the same time, it just depends on where you are in life at a particular time. You remember songs, not voices and guitar players. It's the song, man, the song.' His songs come from his heart. Whether he is breaking from inner demons and waking up to life in 'Around'. Or struggling with the loss of a friend to suicide in 'High'. The songs are honest and genuine. If you want to really know Albert, it's in his songs. The group is rounded out with the formidable rhythm section of Brett Hartline (drums) and Curtiss Anderson (bass). With Jay Guthrie's unique style on lead guitar, the band is complete. Listen closely and maybe you'll find a new friend.