The world of Dead Rock West is a place where perfectly pitched harmonies tug at your heart strings and grainy guitar solos serenade your soul. Seamlessly merging together sounds of rock with dashes of garage, power-pop jangle and the weep of country, Dead Rock West transcend being labeled as one genre and instead, create a kaleidoscope
of sounds as bold and daring as they are soft and warm.
Just as the title of their debut CD Honey and Salt alludes to, Dead Rock West covers a wide perspective of human emotions on the album from love and loss to self-discovery and disillusionment, suggesting that life is sweet and bitter at the same time.
“We want to sing songs that are wrapped in the complexities of human emotion,” says lead guitarist and vocalist Frank Lee Drennen. “We would like to think that our songs will still be meaningful and appealing in 20 to 30 years."
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