Sounds Like: LIVE, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Crowded House, Barenaked Ladies, Lifehouse
Bio: Born the twin sons of dairy farmers in Minocqua, Wisconsin, Dave and Paul Underhill began playing music together before they could even walk. By the age of 10, the brothers had each carved their own guitar out of mahogany collected from trees located on the distant perimeter of their 500 acr...See Full Bio
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“The Underhills mix John Mellencamp's sincerity with a bit of modern Goo Goo Dolls' sensibility. Add in a little of Ed Kowlczyk's vocals and their “The Road From Here…” makes Adult Alternative Contemporary sound like a compliment, rather than an insult. These boys are earnest, and that's the first thing you hear in David Rossi's impassioned vocals. Paul Toland's succulent lead guitar work, especially the clean tone noodling on “Dreams American” and the riffage of “1000 Years,” is precise to the point of drawing blood. This is rock aimed right at the heart of the '90s alt-rock crowd that loved R.E.M., Live, and Toad The Wet Sprocket. If you like those bands, you'll definitely like The Underhills. It's serious-sounding rock that's easy to sing along to, and they throw in a little acoustic sensitivity every once in awhile to keep the girls into it. If you liked pop music when real people played real instruments, then get this disc.”