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WD-HAN / Press

“WD-HAN, an alternative indie rock band, took the stage next. WD-HAN stands for "We Don't Have A Name". Name or no name, they were certainly memorable! They played a set of mostly original songs including "Young Again" about that early time in a relationship when you're just falling in love and the whole world looks amazing, "The Mystery" about a housewife and kids and "the mystery" of not knowing where Dad is, and "Name in Lights" about being a musician and not feeling alive unless you're playing with your "name in lights". Covers included "Barton Hollow" by The Civil Wars, "XO" by Beyonce, and "My Body" by Young the Giant.”

“Hi to everyone at A Music Blog, Yea? (Your name is awesome.) We are WD-HAN, a three-piece alternative rock band from Tampa, Florida. Our members are Cal Henry on guitar, Lea Campbell on drums, and Spencer Barnes singing lead vocals.”

"You might be unsure of what WD-HAN means; it’s an acronym for “We Don’t Have A Name.” While they may claim they don’t have a name, WD-HAN has a lot of heart to make up for it. This indie band from Clearwater, FL keeps their lyrics and music authentic and expressive."

"Self-belief is a powerful thing. Florida based trio WD-HAN (short for We Don’t Have A Name) know in their heart that they have some strong songs, a great live sound and are intent on taking it to the world one step at a time."

“Living in the Land of Oz, live interview with Spencer Barnes”

“WD-HAN shows with Kings of Castles a maturity often not seen in first effort albums. Their love, dedication and passion for music shines through with every note and line. WD-HAN's Kings of Castles captures all the elements that make a pop rock album extraordinary.”

“WD-HAN sits down for an interview with Jerry Penacoli and Cyndi Edwards of NBC's "Daytime".”

"WD-HAN are an Alternative/Rock/Blues/Indie band from Tampa Bay in Florida, who have recently been gigging to promote their CD Release: Kings of Castles… We'll be working with these guys again soon…."

“What makes a band good? I could ask one hundred people that question and get one hundred different answers. That’s part of the magic of music, everyone has their own taste and feelings about the bands and artist they love. If you were to ask me that question, I would have to say that the best music you will ever hear is from a band that has passion. Sure there needs to be some skills and good musicianship involved, but you can immediately tell the difference between a band that is playing music because they love it and it’s fun for them, and the ones that are doing it for other reasons. When I checked out the music on WD-HAN’s Reverbnation page I could tell that this group was one of those bands that is very passionate about their music.”

“WD-HAN (pronounced WD, as in WD-40; and Han, as in Han Solo) is a trio that delivers polished, radio-ready rock. This group of mid-20-somethings has been together since 2008, performing all over Florida and opening for New Politics, Sing It Loud, Lady Danville, and Guster. WD-HAN are Lea Campbell, drums; Cal Henry, guitar; and Spencer Barnes, vocals. This Saturday at the Local 662 in St. Pete, they will release their first full-length album, King of Castles. They sat with us to enlighten us on their plans for world domination.”

“WD-HAN's members are Spencer Barnes, Cal Henry and Lea Campbell. In need of a name, it was upon the suggestion of a friend that WD-Han ("We Don't Have A Name") was considered and loved instantly. You can check out their awesome rock music on their website www.wdhan.com.”

“Spencer Barnes, Lea Campbell and Cal Henry of WD-HAN interview with Dave Nemeth and Cyndi Edwards of NBC's "Daytime".”

“WD-Han kicked off the night with Spencer Barnes’ soulful vocals and a slinky set of alt rock.”

“Hailing from Tampa FL, the members of WD-HAN wasted no time solidifying their spot in the South FL music scene. WD-HAN quickly made a name for themselves, releasing their debut EP “Class Project Earth” in October 2009, and in 2010 performed on national tv on NBC’s “Daytime”. Quite a feat for a band that had only been together since 2008.”

“Contrary to their title they certainly are making a name for themselves. In the past year they’ve shared the stage with bands such as Motion City Soundtrack, Sing It Loud, A Rocket To The Moon, Set It Off and many more. WD-HAN has gone on radio stations all over Florida and been to play at multiple colleges. You may have even seen them on NBC’s “Daytime” (twice)!”

“Good Life Tampa Bay reports on CCHR Florida's Music and Performance Video Contest and Block Party in September 2010. Featuring Chill E.B, WD-HAN and more!”

“WD-Han (stands for "We Don't Have A Name") is announcing a new Social Media game: "Tunes for 10,000". As soon as they hit 10,000 people who like their Facebook page they are giving away access to a free download to an all new acoustic album!”

“That's right, WD-HAN ("We Don't Have A Name") was asked to perform a song from their EP acoustically on NBC's Nationally Syndicated TV show, "Daytime".”

“First up was local band WD-HAN, which stands for We Don’t Have A Name.”

“This year's show will be a seven-hour extravaganza, with 14 bands playing on two stages throughout the day. The lineup will include Set It Off, Misunderstood Superheroes, Look Right Penny, Trace of Day, Variance, Rose Connelly, Expiry, Solia Tera, WD-Han, A View from the East Coast, Worst Case Scenario, Late Night Glory, Fear of Flying and Cyrenia.”

"I think it's kind of capturing the youthful idea of rebellion in a way," said Aaron Meekcoms, 20, the guitar player for Clearwater classic rock band WD-HAN, which is participating in the event.

“Tampa Bay rock band WD-Han (which stands for “We Don’t Have A Name”) released their album Class Project Earth to a full house at Pangea Café in Downtown Clearwater....”

“Historically, drugs and rock 'n' roll go hand in hand. Unless you're in WD-Han....”