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Day of the Sun

by Day of the Sun

Mid-West hard rock with modern rock discipline and vintage throw-back vibe.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. El Toro
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2. Numb
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3. This Time
4:53 $0.99
4. Sick
3:15 $0.99
5. Pray
4:14 $0.99
6. Messin'
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Album Notes
Day of the Sun is a hard rock band with modern rock discipline and vintage rock throw-back vibe. The band draws it’s sound from a common musical background and lifelong brotherhood between the members. Lead vocalist, Tommy Woods, began as a drummer, but was later recruited by drummer, Terry (T-Bone) Rowe, as a lead vocalist. The transformation was a perfect fit and the two became lifelong musical brothers. Guitarist, Bill Patrick, began playing music with both Tommy and T-Bone at an early age, and one day, while forming a new band, ran into bass player Byron Basham. Bill and Byron played for a summer together, and then lost track of each other over the years. Byron moved around between Ohio and Colorado eventually settling back down in Ohio. Through social media, the two were reconnected and, without debate, Byron was asked to join Day of the Sun. The band quickly fleshed out several songs and wasted no time getting into the studio and planning for a rewarding ride together.

The sound is driving hard rock thunder while paying plenty of esteem to the band’s enrichment of metal pioneers from the 70s and 80’s. Soring vocals, beckoning lead guitar and solid, pocket rhythms define the sound of one of the most exciting new bands to come out of the mid-west.



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