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Turning Colors

Turning Colors

Rock / Blues/Rock / Soul/Funk/Groove Rochester, NY  US



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    I love this band!
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    Turning Colors
    Thanks for all who visit, listen, and watch! Without you, there is no us!


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Sounds Like: Eric Sardinas and Big Motor (Official Fan Site), Robin Trower, Mahogany Rush, Pat Travers Band, Johnny Winter

Manager: Bob Olson

Bio: "Turning Colors is a literal and musical reality of what once was, and will continue to be, real music from the heart". (R.P.O., Orange Ruffy Music)
Marc DeSalvo and Bob Olson have been band mates and collaborative songwriters for 20 plus years. The music they make cares not for genre or populari...See Full Bio

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“For the 44 - year old guitar - slinging Olson, Turning Colors is rock without comprimise. It is his truth. It is his sound. Along with bassist Dan Brewer and drummer Marc DeSalvo, Olson turns heads in Turning Colors with the bands thoughtful melodic approach, rrhythmic drive, and monster guitar. It's big, bad, and beautiful. It calls to mind when big arena rockers like Robin Trower and even Johnny Winter blurred the lines and rero-fitted the blues to give rock 'n' roll some added swagger and sting. This is pure guitar hero stuff, where Olson - and the whole trio, actually - measures up to anyone in the genre, past or present.”

— Frank DeBlase, City (Rochester, NY)

Recent Blogs

New Songs!
Nov 23, 2011

Turning Colors is going to be hitting up the well of ideas this weekend! Recordi... [more]

Blast From The Past!
Nov 13, 2011

Bob and Marc got together to go through some old tapes from Turning Colors abou... [more]


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  • Total Fans 376
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