The Dementia Cookie Box is a rock band hailing from Bowling Green, Kentucky. The band has been around in one form or another since 1996, when creator, Steven Baker, first starting writing music for the project in his hometown of Nicholasville, Kentucky.
With styles ranging from acoustic love ballads to punchy, alternative rock songs (reminiscent, even at times, of the heydays of grunge), The Dementia Cookie Box are turning heads all around Kentucky with their seemingly fresh sound.
The band released its first LP in 2006 as a free, online download. “The Truth About Life (as told by the Dementia Cookie Box)” was a look back at a decade’s worth of writing for the project by founding member, Steven Baker.
On March 20th, 2007, the full-scale, sophomoric effort was released. “No Rest for Heroes,” which was produced by Matt Talbott (former RCA recording artist and front man from the 90s alternative rock band, HUM), is perhaps a wake-up call to people who are drowning in a sea of recycled pop rock radio waves.
“Perhaps the timing is right to get back to the basics and remember the greats of our generation… I’m tired of hearing all these screamy kids who think they’re playing rock music;” says Steven, whose own songwriting influences span the spectrum between heavier acts such as Jawbox and Helmet to the soothing sounds of female songsters Suzanne Vega and Liz Phair.
With such a wide array of styles between both albums (not to mention 10 years of unreleased material!), the Dementia Cookie Box can offer up a full-band rock show, as well as a more stripped-down set of acoustic songs… which makes them accessible to both the bar scene as well as an eclectic act to be enjoyed in a quiet night at the coffee shop!
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