Location Canandaigua, New York, US
Profile Views: 52840
Last Login: 12/18/2011
Member Since 12/31/2005
Record Label Skullmedia
Type of Label Indie
BioFour Years ago Skull was born. The sky cracked and out popped rock. Using every thing heard and seen as an influence, the band has taken the solo act to a new level. Vocals, seven string guitar, and drums are all that are needed to create a show unprecedented proportions. There are no loops or samples. Everything is played in real time. If one wasn't looking, the impression would be that one was listening to a full band. The surprised looks are priceless. A new CD released in January 2007 has come to rave reviews from all sources. A tour is being scheduled for the summer. The following video is Paul Hardcastles "Nineteen". The song was one of my favorite beats ever. Enjoy. ....This profile was edited with ..Thomas' myspace editor™ V2.5.. .. .. .. .. ..
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InfluencesWe love Rock. Anything can Rock. Except for new Country. New Country is crap. Old Country is awesome. Johnny Cash, The Country Gentlemen, Marty Robbins, Willie Nelson. Real cowboys back in the day would play. We love a good Rock band. It also helps when the musicality is off the chart. As long as a band loves their own music, we will love the band. Old Metallica, old Iron Maiden, old Van Halen, Led Zeppelin. We love Jazz. Throwdown Jazz. Not that fiddle fart bullshit. Buddy Rich was a great influence. Stan Kenton, Benny Goodman, Ahmad Jamal, Count Basie, all good. We love Beats. All beats. Bee-Gees -- Sheep on Drugs. Dance Muthafuka!!! .. .. .. .. ..
Sounds Like"It sounds like all my favorite songs humped and had kids."
02:26 | 362 plays | May 1 2007
4 Songs | Sep 21, 2008