The Beltways

- US Lutherville Timonium, MD Rock / Rock & Roll / Rock and ROLL


Sounds Like: Paul Westerberg, The Rolling Stones, The Replacements, Creedence Clearwater, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Label: Sawng Manufacturing Records

Manager: A. Stanton

Chasing the Sun

Rhythm guitar stutter, amplifier hum and that simple question kick off "Left All Up to Me," the swaggering opening cut on Chasing the Sun the latest collection from The Beltways. Ready or not, the guitar crossfire is in full effect and unrelenting throughou... See Full Bio

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“...seamless vocal harmonies. Simply put, the guys can sing. The music ain't bad either. Promoting their new self-release, Stella On Mars, The Beltways played mid-tempo power-pop that didn't remind me too much of drummer Pete's listing of the Beatles and The Rolling Stones as major influences — in fact, I couldn't think of exactly who they sounded like but maybe that's a good thing. Sporting kitschy lounge suits and generally bad hair, the band employed varied arrangements and harmonies to weave crafted, if at times rote, pop styling. Not to say that they didn't hit some high notes: the niftily lazy Blondie beat, the much-aforementioned Replacements and Cheap Trick sound-alikes, ….. and, help me God yes, even the occasional Beatles and Stones purveyings. And it must be credited to them that the longer they played, the better they got….. ”
—  Scott Deckman, Liner Notes-Local Scene
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