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by hdr

Road rock, hard rock, stoner rock, hipster metal
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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Album Notes
sit down and listen to the story of three friends who have come from three totally different backgrounds, geographical locations and styles of music to create the power trio, HDR...

joe mora: HDR’s main singer and only guitar player is a So Cal native who has been abusing himself for years with non stop gigs, parties and an almost diabolical drive to succeed.

amy tung: a san francisco classical pianist with a punk engine, she can do it all. shred a fuzzy bass, jam acoustic guitar or light up a keyboard to make people trip and don’t forget her chrissie hynde-like lead vocals she works into HDR’s chameleon like sound.

johnny lord: drummer from new england’s enfield, connecticut, who needed to move out of the small pond to come to hollywood to further sharpen his hard hitting style and his already evil street smarts.

the thing that separates HDR from all the zillion killer l.a. bands is that they’re three people who love to play slammin’, heavy, beer pounding, whiskey shootin’, high energy music who have powerful personalities to boot. HDR gives l.a. another gold medal to add to its music collection. so if you’re a life lovin’, good time havin’, party railin’ soul, come see us rip out a slammin’ set and party 'til there ain’t none left.


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João Medeiros

Rock On!
Love your tunes, guys.