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Out of Reach

by Out of Reach

A funky fusion between classic rock and progressive melodic licks that are fueled by driving rhythmic grooves, face-melting solos and mind-blowing vocal harmonies.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Across the Street
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2. Let Go
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3. Dare To Touch It
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4. What A Habbit
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5. Jug, Jug, Jug
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6. Satisfy
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7. Weight
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8. When I'm Down
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Out of Reach is a four person band that plays an eclectic mix of rock, funk, metal and pop to fuse their own original sound. The band was formed back in 2003 when guitarist John Duff and bassist Ryan Wilkinson (Rizzo) wrote the band's first song while jamming on acoustic guitars. The drummer, Paul Marino (Beebs), had been a long time friend of both, playing in marching band with Duff and performing in numerous bands with Rizzo. In 2008, the band found their new frontman, Lee, who fit into the band perfectly with his style of music and sense of humor. The band is currently gigging out whenever and wherever they can, and can only move forward from here.


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