Dreamer Plays 89 North Music Venue in Long Island Tonight
Hard rock powerhouse Dreamer has announced a special performance at 89 North Music Venue in Patchogue, New York tonight, January 5, 2013 at 8pm.
Renowned for their high energy live shows at venues across New England, the band has opened for bands such as All That Remains, Burn Halo, Candlebox, Hawthorne Heights, Hollywood Undead, Lynch Mob and Saving Abel. Dreamer are currently touring to promote their debut album, Turn It Up. Turn It Up features ten tracks filled with razor-sharp hooks, radio friendly melodies and a heavy metal wallop that can satisfy the most demanding headbanger.
Local Long Island bands Czech Funk and Us and Floyd will also perform on January 5th.
Dreamer began in the fall of 2010 when both the founding members of Last One Standing, Christian and Nathan Shields, decided that a major change was needed to their music project. The brothers began writing music and producing a sound that was heavier than their previous songs. The tracks on Turn It Up include the first song on the album "Way It Feels," a hard rock anthem to a 350 Chevy ; "Sex Rocks," a tune about looking for girls and taking them home; the inspirational hard rock ballad, "Live For Today," and Dreamer's anthem, "Turn It Up."
Listen to the music at www.dreamertheband.com.
Dreamer is Christian Shields - Lead Vocals/Guitar, Nathan Shields - Drums/Vocals, Jake Bizarre - Lead Guitar/Vocals and Nathan Andreadi - Bass / Vocals. All lyrics and music written by Christian Shields and Nathan Shields. Turn It Up was produced by Anthony Santo at Westfall Recording and co-produced by Michael Gaudiello and Dreamer.
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