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Pasadena plays Country-influenced Rock N Roll. Our music is an extension of our personalities. Sometimes laid back, sometimes the life of the party. Sometimes a lover, sometimes a fighter. There's no agenda, blanket statement or pointed themes to these songs, just short musical pieces of real life from real people hoping to strike a chord with you somewhere along the way.
The Howling Tongues are creating a movement and revival in the music scene. Bringing back the roots of rock'n'roll with loud guitar amps, giant kick drums, fuzzy bass tones, over-driven organ, and raspy vocals. Heavily influenced by classic garage rock bands like The Stooges, Big Star, Led Zeppelin, The Who, and The Kinks... The Howling Tongues found their niche in their world of music and their "Take No Prisoners" live show proves that rock'n'roll isn't dead. Listen and become part of the Revival.
The Beggars' Guild formed in 2005, when rootsy, song-driven, Americana rock and roll was not quite in fashion. Led by songwriter and frontman, T.J. Edmond, with a roster of seasoned pro players bringing the heat, (ex: Sheryl Crow, Sugarland, Chuck Berry, Billy Pilgrim) the band quickly gained respect for their tight live show and “...great rock tunes, well written, fun and hammered out with amazing musicianship”. Drawing comparisons to Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and Counting Crows, their honest approach had one reviewer saying, "What’s so refreshing about these guys is that there’s no gimmickry, discernible pretense or submission to the latest trends.” [just] "straight-up, toe-tapping, head-nodding, made-for-radio rock and roll”. They quickly landed radio play in Atlanta and NYC, a slot at Bonnaroo, and opening gigs for Zac Brown Band, Marshall Tucker Band, Drivin' 'n' Cryin', and Deirks Bentley. The Beggars’ Guild seemed poised to be the breakout band that could cross over genres to unite fans of rock, country, pop and americana when they disbanded shortly after the release of their 2009 album, “It Only Gets Better From Here”, leaving fans wanting more.