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1967 / Press

““I asked David Ellefson [bassist of Megadeth] who I attend Mega-Life church with in Scottsdale, if he knew of anyone,” Reynolds said. “So he referred me to Nathan [Marchi]. Jordan and I hit it off with Nathan on the first audition. We knew he was the guy.””

“Founded in 2009 by Jaime Reynolds and Gordon Burks, 1967 has evolved into a 3-piece ensemble focusing on hooky, chorus driven hard rock with elements of groove readily apparent in the instrumentals.”

“Jamie Reynolds, Phoenix resident and the lead vocalist and guitarist for the band 1967, will also play at the Festival of Music.”

“Lead singer Jaime Reynolds' brother Geoff, who passed away in 1998, was born in 1967.”

“1967 is a three-piece band from Avondale that first started playing together in the spring of 2011. Two of the bandmates, Jaime Reynolds and Gordy Burks, had played together before when both lived in the Pacific Northwest and created the foundation of 1967 back in 2009. The band plays a hard rock style of music that possesses pop hooks.”

“Remember the '90s? Those were the days — back when a bro could have frosted hair and not look like a brosef, when women could show nothing but their midriff without looking like a gypsy hooker, alternative rock reigned supreme, and the term "indie" was mostly used to describe race cars”

“1967, in association with Jagermeister, has released its latest E.P. to the public, a three-song effort of original material available on iTunes (1967 - Single).”

“Phoenix band 1967 brings their hook-laden hard rock to Lyzzard’s Lounge on Saturday. 1967 just released their eponymous EP on iTunes.”