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From Southeast Oklahoma comes a group of highly talented musicians with an individual sound like none other. Whether it's the outstanding vocals from Dreaux Bryan, the stellar work on the fret board by guitarist Clark Conner, the bone rocking chops on the drums by Jason Simpson, or the smooth rocking bass line by Monk Lambert, you're sure to get an outstanding performance from this group of rockers.
Because of the sudden death of their bass player from cancer, the guys disbanded their former band Oversoul. They soon realized how much they missed playing music and knew they wanted to honor their former fallen rocker, Josh Clanahan, by forming a new band. As a tribute to him, they named their new band “A Beautiful End” to somehow rewrite a better ending to his life and a way to carry on his love for playing music.
A Beautiful End has seven albums of original and outstanding material written mostly by lead guitarist and band founder Clark Conner. To add to an already outstanding repertoire, the band also has an incredible amount of covers, adding their own touch, keeping the fans singing and rockin' out for hours on end.
Their upcoming full length album “Life of the Jaded”, soon to be released by Dark Star Records, will be by far their best work ever! The album has a diverse mix of songs including the title cut that is a ballad about the struggles or “Jaded” parts of life that we all have to deal with. A more up tempo song “Scatter” is a song about picking up those “Jaded” pieces and putting them back together. The new album will even feature an acoustic song called “Would I, Could I”. It’s a very climatic, symphonic tune that includes piano and a 16 piece string set. This is definitely an album that covers all the spectrums from light, medium, to heavy rock songs.
A Beautiful End has been in the trenches and has paid their dues. They are locked and loaded with both barrels full of passion and drive. They have lost jobs and even been without electricity, just to make it to the next show. They, without a doubt, would rather not eat then not play music. Their love for what they do shines through each and every one of them through every note and every chord of their music, along with their amazing stage performances.