Loud Earth / Bio

Loud Earth was a Rock and Roll band formed in 2001 by Chriatian Roreau ,Mike Bennett and Rich Miele. Their sound was derived from their love of Rock bands like The Faces, The Stones, Zeppelin, Free, Humble Pie, The Black Crowes and other 70's Rock and Roll acts. Soon the got Ryan Aylward on board playing bass and cut a demo in 2002. Mike Askin joined shortly after on 2nd guitar, adding a whole new dimension to their sound. Ryan left and was replaced by Todd Erwin after a gong show of bassists, filling out the lineup. They cut a full length record in 2003 called "Sparks" and in 2004 released a EP of re-worked songs and new material. In the summer of 2004 they decided to tour the U.S. to promote the records and gain national attention. They played shows across the south eastern U.S. and went as far west as Nashville. Over time, conflict arose within the band and they broke up in fall of 2004. Christian Roreau resides in Nashville and is in the music business. Mike Askin is working on solo projects as well as playing guitar and writing for the bands Divine Sign and Mable. Todd Erwin is also working on solo music as well as doing live engineering and show production. Mike Bennett and Rich Miele are in the band Infernal Overdrive and are about to release a debut record. This page is here to answer the question" Who the hell is Loud Earth?" as well as promote the members current projects.

General Info

Band Members
Christian Roreau-Vocals, Rich Miele- Guitar, Mike Askin-Guitar, Todd Erwin-Bass, Mike Bennett-Drums
Artist Name
Loud Earth
Profile Page

Contact Info

Farmingdale, NJ