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Excuse You

Excuse You

Rock / space rock / alt/acoustic/spacey/hard/classic Seattle, WA  US


  • 2013

    Feb 23

    Seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm

    Show starts at 9pm.

  • 2013

    Feb 22

    West Seattle, WA, US | 9:00pm
  • 2013

    Feb 22

    West Seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm

    Town Hall Brawl - 9pm start Say Banzai - 10pm start Excuse You - 11pm start

  • 2012

    Oct 17

    seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm

    recording session

  • 2012

    Oct 17

    seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm

    recording session


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Sounds Like: Nirvana, Robert Mirabel, Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Pink Floyd music, The Beatles

Bio: 'Excuse You' Seattle's 5 piece downbeat Rock band, live and breathe their music as part of life's journey. Alternately tuned acoustic guitars, heavily influenced by Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Robert Mirabel and the backbeat of the Beatles and the Who, are then driven by out of control downbeat percussio...See Full Bio

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“RATING SCALE "1" Indicates the Lowest Score "5" Indicates the Highest Score Recording Quality/Production: 4 Lead Vocals: 4 Musicianship: 4.5 Lyric Writing: 4 Music Composing: 4 Melodies: 5 Song Arrangement: 4 Quality of EPK Content: 4 Overall Delivery: 4 Dear Terry, Thanks for submitting the material for the evaluation. I enjoyed the songs very much. To give you insight to the scoring scale above, the majority of artists score in the 2.5 to 3.5 range in the various categories. When an artist sees 4, 4.5 or 5 as their score in a category, it's a validation from a professional, confirming that the songs are of the highest level and show strong potential in the ultra-competitive music industry. To really raise the bar, every artist should work hard to earn a 4.5 or 5 in every category. It's a very competitive business and people averaging in the 3's (or less) will probably not get too far without a great deal of improvement and development. I don't give out 4's and 5's easily”

— gene foley, gene foley entertainment

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