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Earth and the Next Society

Sedona, AZ Rock / Classic Rock / Alternati...

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  • Michael Shields Electric Guitar,...
  • Tom McMillian Keyboard
  • Dave Bedell Drums
  • Jimmy Mack Bass
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Label: RECORD LABEL, DISTRIBUTION & PUBLISHING Blue Pie Productions ™ USA LLC EXPO112 Unit 20 112 McEvoy Street Alexandria NSW 2015 p: +612 9310 0155 f: +612 9310 0166 e: sales@bluepie.com.au w: www.bluepierecords.com

Manager: Concerthouse Music ™ Concerthouse Music™ 186 Ironwood Crescent Hamilton Ontario L8W 3C2 CANADA p: +1 213 265 9866 f: +1 877 417 4422 e: concerthousemusic@gmail.com w: www.concerthousemusic.com

Bio: It is often said that music is the universal language, If this is true then it most surely is the voice of the human consciousness, particulary the collective consciousness we all share.

It is from this perspective that "Earth and the Next Society" is inspired to create music that hopefully ins... See Full Bio

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Q: You guys sound a lot like Peter Frampton. Was he (or Humble Pie) a major influence in your style?
A: Hi and thanks for the question, yes Peter has always been something of an influence on my guitar playing, certainly on my short list of most admired players actually. I suspect your impressions are largely arrived at due to the fact that "Live Earth," the album of material you most likely are making reference to does in a sense share the era, vibe and musical approach of the mid '70's. Was there then and of course it made something of an impression. The entire band I think has a broad palette of influences many of which are derived from the Classic Rock era so to speak. Just published some new studio tracks from the upcoming release "the 100th Monkey" and I suspect you may find a fair amount of influence there as well...cheers and thanks again

Asked by Element 115. Answered on Tue Jun 24 2014

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