Stone Cold Outlaw
Rock / Hard Rock / Country Rock
right! The mystery drummer is none other than recently departed member, D Damaged.
D had to take some time away and thought that a different band would've been the
best route to go. Now he's back in SCO! The lineup is officially whole once again,
so get ready to ROCK!
sure to catch SCO on the Sonic Asylum Radio Show on May 19th! We will be interviewed
by good friend Corrie Rox and will be playing a couple of acoustic tunes live!
"The first band I had a chance to see was Stone Cold Outlaw, it was formed by
a childhood friend of mine named Paul Widner. Over the last year or so the band
has undergone a complete overhaul due to some friction between the original bandmates,
and I can honestly say that the new formation is much stronger.
See more at David Benez's website." David Benez, Laura Victoria/Stone Cold Outlaw At MT Barrels
interesting to watch trends and fads go by in the music world. Sounds and looks
are developed and hyped by the media and industry through out the years; glam gives
way to grunge, which gave way to the new punk and nu metal and on and on to the
next new thing.
Stone Cold Outlaw is part of a new crop of young bands that proudly stand with their
backs to all of the above, with both middle fingers up in the air, and reveling
in the classic, boozed up and dirty hard rock sounds of 80’s LA sunset strip.
They do so with a punkish attitude. Their music, certainly groovy and rockin is
a great party back drop for Katerina’s vocal delivery. Imagine if Gwen Stefani
fronted Cocked’ N Loaded-era LA Guns, if White Mystery dropped the garage
rock psychedelics, or if Missing Persons came out in the late 80s, and you would
have an idea of the Stone Cold Outlaw sound.
For the full article, click on the link!" Erik Oldman, Rock In Chicago
"A delightfully sleazy low-fi
trio of numbers is displayed on the self-titled debut EP from Chicago's Stone Cold
The band's been gradually building up a profile and have been picked up as openers
by the likes of Tracii Guns' League of Gentlemen as well as appearing at the Rock
'N' The Valley Festival alongside Warrant and Skid Row. They were also featured
at Chicago's Rocklahoma launch party at The Double Door, co-headlining with fellow
'Windy City' rockers Hessler....." Mark Redmayne, Sleaze Roxx Review