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Red Weather / Press

“I wouldn’t be surprised if you missed a little EP release by Red Weather called Every Alley Wall.I kept trying to figure out who the lead singer, Gordy Hunt, sounded like until finally, towards the end of the EP, it hit me. He reminded me of Lindsey Buckingham from Fleetwood Mac—perhaps with a little more grit. He has the same tone and even energy as LB (a huge compliment by the way). Tracks three and four are the gems of the EP. “I Wasn’t There” is a groovy and soulful little tune, reminiscent of Hall & Oates (think “Sara Smile” and “She’s Gone”). Following this track is “Lewis and Clark”, an upbeat and tremendously catchy song that blends and crosses genres seamlessly. “In The Key of Rock & Roll” is not my favorite on here, but I’m mentioning it on the merit of its dynamics alone. About a minute and a half into it, the track drops in tempo and takes on a funky-as-hell bass and drum rhythm. An electric guitar solo makes its appearance to make this”

“So across my desk slides the new CD by Detroit’s own Red Weather entitled Every Alley Wall headed up by guitarist/singer/songwriter Gordy Hunt. What I heard put a smile on my face, finally a band that gets it. Red Weather is some of the best new music I’ve heard in quite a while You want rock, you want punk, you want music that is packed with a fun filled Indie Rock vibe? Well look no further. This CD covers all the bases delivering solid playing & amazing songwriting & a musical flair that just lets it all hang out. It’s a polished yet raw sounding production from start to finish that’s just a blast to listen to. It ‘s got it all – great playing, solid writing, & a raw Indie college rock feel. It’s definitely a musical production that gives us a fresh glimpse at a hot new band but takes us back a few years before everything started sounding like – well Nikelback. ”

“The band Band members include guitarist Gordy Hunt, bassist Brent Marvin, & Drummer Mark Kaiser.Produced by Michael Lutz.The music Upbeat,funny,interesting,thought provoking, zany,neurotic,& highly original. Effective, highly original,raw & powerful.Hunt & company are clearly being themselves as songwriters & this is what comes out of the other end. My favorite song on the CD is "In the Key of Rock n Roll" Great vibe. Honorable mentions go out to amazing guitar virtuoso of Hunt. Hunt & company are not afraid to let it all hang out musically. Hunt is not trying to be some popish artist striving for mass appeal – he’s just being himself. Other positive aspects of the production include rock solid mix that hits home. The CD refuses to try to hard – that’s what makes it so amazing.Very likeable, marketable record – amazing songs, fun to listen to. Ihe verdict Every Alleyway by Red Weather is a rock solid CD.”

“Every Alley Wall by Red Weather is a rock solid debut statement. Song for song, note for note it has no noticeable weaknesses that I can find & is just has a feel good groove to it. It’s strong suit – the song for song rock solid consistency & amazing vocal presence of lead singer Gordy Hunt. Like the aforementioned he is a musical triple threat & should be considered a premier talent within the band. Let’s just hope his head doesn’t ever catch up with his talent is any time soon. I would go so far as to say he’s the next Jack White. If Red Weather has a slam dunk live presentation then that would make a pretty lethal combination. No doubt they are a lot of fun to check out live. So if you like college alternative rock that dishes out a hard hitting punk rock edge then you should jump into this CD head first. Cyrus Rhodes ”

“Red Weather's 'Every Alley Wall' CD is available for the masses. Drop us a message at 'http://www.reverbnation.com/redweatherband' or come to a show for you very own copy”