Formed in late 2012, Eagle vs. Falcon strives to provide what has been missing from the music scene for some time: dirty, passionate, soulful rock ‘n’ roll. Forming the base of the band are the songs of frontman/rhythm guitarist Nathaniel Biro. After being out of the music scene for a couple of years, Nathaniel was called up by former band mate and bass player, John Fay. John had just returned to the Rockies and was itching to play. The two began jamming out some of the old tunes and developing the new ones Nathaniel had written during his downtime. The next piece of the puzzle came around a couple months later in the form of lead guitarist Shane Vetter. Shane is a veteran of the NYC music scene, cutting his teeth in various hardcore punk and blues acts as well as a spot in the band Days of the New. Shane proved to be a natural fit, with his tasteful rhythm leads and soaring solos adding the perfect element to elevate the songs further. The final addition was drummer Jarron French. Coming from a rockabilly background, Jarron adds the frenetic punch and attitude that glues everything in place. Together, they harken back to the days of rock ‘n’ roll bands like Bon Scott-era AC/DC, The Faces, The Who, and The Stooges. Rock ‘n’ Roll lives on.