DIZZYLILACS | Where's My Sunshine...?

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Where's My Sunshine...?


Straight-ahead melodic/indie rock
Genre: Rock: Emo
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6. Indefinite Dizzy Lilacs
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Album Notes
Dizzy Lilacs Bio "One of the most original bands to hit the music scene in recent years". Hailed by critics and fans, Dizzy Lilacs hard hitting, melodic style is refreshingly new, and intelligent. Dizzy Lilacs founded in sunny Ventura County, California, as a three piece power band without the garage band sound. Each of the members have completely different influences which is the success of their original sound. The influences range from rock to jazz. In turn, concludes the final product, straight ahead, melodic/indie rock, an emotional psychosis. The members of Dizzy Lilacs consist of Paul Hoagland on drums, and percussion. Mark Van Fleet on bass and vocals, and Damon Tidwell on guitars. Their blend of different influences bring about a strong sense of versatility and flexability in songwriting and arrangement. With all of that in mind, they bring a powerful, energetic live performance, definitely worthy of recollection. Playing venues from San Francisco to San Diego, Hollywood to Las Vegas, the Dizzy Lilacs mainstay right now is in the Los Angeles and Hollywood area, but are working on shows to the Eastern coast, Central and Southern States included. The ambitious nature of the Dizzy Lilacs will put you in awestruck. Dizzy Lilacs manage to keep the ball rolling in their court. Currently, Dizzy Lilacs are having regular rotation on the Kaleidoscope Show, featured on the American Radio Network(ARN), which has been airing since 1968, and broadcasting nationwide, across the globe, including London, England. Contact: Paul(805) 750-1972, Damon(805) 404-6264 Email: Dizzylilacs@aol.com



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Debra Stocker

'A fine sound o rock with a melodic edge
You Melodic Rock lovers this is the one. The one you've been missing in your collection of best CD's by an Indie group. Remember what I always say, the bands you see today could be the ones you hear on the radio tomorrow? Dizzy Lilacs could very easy be that band. Making their mark in the LA scene, Dizzy Lilacs throws out a fine sound of rock with a melodic edge CD. No head banging, kneck wrenching music. Just good sounding rock with lyrics you can understand and really get into. A solid CD all the way through, you'll love this one!

ted wienstien's magazine of music

If you like Lebanese food, then you'll like Dizzy Lilacs. They remind me alot of Chicken Shwarma with a side of raw kibee.Trust me, this is a three piece meal deal you do not want to pass on.The truth hurts, but it makes for good music.When faced with heartbreak lead singer and bassit Mark Van Jackson writes beautiful hard-boiled lyrics.Skinny Paul bangs away on the drums and Damon Tidwell plays lead guitar with typical Cuban flair.Like my Uncle Richard used to say:" the thing about music is, everyone liked The Beatles but that ain't gonna bring back Lennon." I think he meant that although Dizzy Lilacs are very good, John is still gone and we miss him dearly.Until the music world WAKES UP and realizes that John Lennon wanted only the best for us all, bands like Dizzy Lilacs will continue to be great.I love Lebanese food and I love this band. And John Lennon and early Fleetwood Mac before Stevie Nicks when the played acoustic.

Joe Jr.'s Rock Magazine Jr.

These guys are the next big thing
I used to think the Beatles were pretty good songcrafters,until I heard this CD by Conejo Valley's Dizzy Lilacs.A sonic echo of heart felt stuff. Hett, if this CD was any more better you'd pay twice.The band simply plays what's inside of all of us when we are just sick of holding it all in and therefore must say what is in us in order that it will be out of us.These guys are good and they are really good.If they play in your hood you should go see them when they are there because soon they will be HUGE and you would regret when you didn't go see them and then you would be angry inside and wish you could sing like the singer of them so you could make money from such emotions as these except you probably can't so you should see them then you ain't gotta worry.


Buffalo Tom are back!
If you miss Buffalo Tom as much as I do, then the wait is over, and they have returned as Dizzy Lilacs. This is a terrific CD.