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Wade Meitz

Wade Meitz

Rock Downers Grove, IL  US
You Don't Understand (Cover)
You Don't Understand (Cover)
Bombastic Fray
Bombastic Fray
The Awakening
The Awakening


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  • Dakarai (Artist)
    Gr8 songs! I dig a fantastic melody and eventful song structure.
  • ABOI DOYLE (Artist)
    Very good music
  • bikerbob (Artist)
    Nice work...Rock on...all the best....bb.
  • Penny Jayne Black (Artist)
    Penny Jayne Black
    Hey! Enjoying your music! xx http://www.facebook.com/pages/Penny-Jayne-Black/356175559371?sk=app_2405167945
  • Emerging Human (Artist)
    Emerging Human
    Really love your playing style. Bombastic Fray is awesome, I enjoyed all your songs. Great voice ! Keep up the good work.



Label: Tomato Productions

Bio: Proving that anyone with talent can be a successful recording artist today, Wade sets out on a profound journey of modern rock whose peak is limited only by the imagination. Using an impressive collection of catchy hooks and intriguing riffs that you will find yourself humming all day, Wade reach...See Full Bio

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Just uploaded my cover of You Don't Understand by House of Love. Check it out!

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The Songwriting Process
Sep 3, 2012

I'm preparing to write and record some new music by working on some old favorite... [more]


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Q: What are your influences?

A: Wade makes a calculated effort to avoid being influenced by anything on the radio today after spending too many years listening to early 80's powerhouse artists like Def Leppard, Rick Springfield and Flock of Seagulls. The obvious next step from these early influences were Heavy Metal pioneers like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest in the mid 80's, moving to New Wave staples like New Order and the Cure near the end of the decade. All of that changed for Wade as it did for so many others who jumped on the Nirvana bandwagon in the early 90's, the difference being that he found Stone Temple Pilots more engaging. Carrying on that tradition today is Foo Fighters and the one band that has remained a favorite throughout the years, U2.

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