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ONE continues to remain inspired in an unforgiving business that can leave you faced with the kind of adversity most people would never have to confront. With 3 albums, 2 awards, 500+ shows, several videos, and a handful member changes later the band is still going strong.
Other inspirations for ONE are the bands and musicians that have and continue to write Music History. After finishing their most recent tour, the band decided to take a different direction by recording a heavier rock version of Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues”.
“We played it for 2 years on the road and never really thought about recording and releasing it, until now! Folsom is such a huge song and Johnny Cash is the ultimate rock n’ roll badass, you need to make sure you pay tribute properly, especially to an icon like him,” says guitar player Chris Staniforth.
ONE chose the comfort of working with Slaves on Dope guitarist Kevin Jardine at Uplift Studios, as they did with their 2 previous releases.
“We feel good there. Almost like a second home,” explains singer Danny Rossi. “We get great work done and have a blast doing it”.
Having not taken this much time off in 6 years, ONE needed to find a way to stay active and inspired.
“I can’t remember the last time we’ve been home this long. You never realize you would miss the road so much until you take a break,” adds Rossi
After having built an Army of loyal followers while touring and Headlining some famous venues like the Hard Rock Café and the Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, as well as opening for National Tours. ONE is only beginning to put their mark on the music business.