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SHADOWPLAY / Bio

Shadowplay is an Indie Rock, Alternative, Post Rock, Folk band with a peppering of 70's flare based in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. The roots of the group can be traced back to playing music in the year 2006, at the age of 14. Together Lead Singer Andrew Corkery, and Guitar player, Dan Holden, officially founded Shadowplay in 2009. Since then they have been going non-stop in the music scene, gaining traction and sustaining success ever so rapidly. Over the past year much has happened; from releasing of their debut full length album entitled "VISIONS" and a Single "Sandy Eyes" dedicated to Hurricane Sandy Relief. In addition they have had the privilege of opening up for such notable acts as Tracii Guns of (LA Guns, and Guns and Roses), and Doug Wimbish of (Living Colour), Hoobastank, along with two completed national tours in the summers of 2012 Summer 2013. With the new year 2014 ringing in the group will be showcasing for Spotify among others at this years SXSW Conference in Austin Texas, in addition to performing at Rockapalooza Music Festival this May in Virginia. Playing together for so long, as friends and band mates, for 4 years, they are now well into process of bands evolution and maturation, while all members remain only 21 years old. Bringing about a progression not just musically but by the right of dominion, over their musical careers. Sharing and expressing art immersed in dynamic sounds, epic tones, pure energy and showmanship, in a way that has been descried as "Engaging, Lasting, and Inspiring, Rock it's what they do."

General Info

Band Members
Andrew Corkery, Dan Holden,John Sellers, Ed Flynn ,Tim Bear
Artist Name
SHADOWPLAY
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/splayrocknroll
Active Since
04/07
Genres
Rock / Hard Rock / Alternative

Contact Info

Location
Mount Laurel, NJ
Manager
Athena Music Media/ Fall out entertainment LLC

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