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by Haulover Drive

Haulover Drive's music is best described as an emotional roller coaster
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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Born from the warm Atlantic waters of Haulover Beach, two young men shared a musical vision and a locker combination. Vocalist, Alex Corrales and guitarist Zack Smith began arranging the puzzle that is now Haulover Drive. In the wake of a few unsuccessful groups, Alex and Zack collected what valuable knowledge they could and continued forward. For many months, the two wrote some of HD's earliest compositions, mostly in Zack's VW Golf known as "The Roach" (RIP). Things quickly began taking shape with the addition of guitarist David Abad, who had seen his share of troubled musical beginnings. The trio cycled through countless members, some only sharing the stage with them for a few months.. that was of course until they met bassist Mark Martinez, the newest, yet versatile member of the band. His experience with audio recording, video editing and graphic design made him a great asset to the bands growing network of fans. "Good/dedicated musicians are hard to find these days" said Alex, "Too many ego-driven kids with bigger heads than hearts". "Music is about passion and self expression, not glory" stated Zack. After only days with the gang, you can see a sophisticated group of musicians boiling under the surface; a surface of witty come-backs and inside jokes they will gladly bring you in on. You gotta love these guys! Give them a listen and keep your eyes peeled.. It's inevitable!


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