The Dead End Drivers | One Way Out

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One Way Out

by The Dead End Drivers

Fresh and powerful original music from this new Colorado band
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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4. First Time in a Long Time
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Ian Tyson is an 18 year-old musician from Littleton, Colorado, who plays piano (10 years), guitar (2 years) , drums (4 years), and bass (2 years). He took piano lessons from Randy Rigby for 2 years. He draws inspiration from past life experiences. Ian met Luke Hubka his freshman year of high school they have been best of friends since then. He enjoys listening to Led Zeppelin, The Who, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Sum 41, and Jeff Beck. In his spare time, Ian practices music (what a shocker). He loves long walks and playing guitar in random places, watching old movies, concerts, and making fun of Matt.

Luke Hubka is an 18 year-old student at Colorado State University. He has been a proficient singer as long as he has been taking showers and has played guitar for six years. He has sung in several choirs and honor choirs, including an all-men's a'capella choir. He continues to pursue his musical interests while at school. Luke began playing music with Ian Tyson in their freshman year of high school when the concept for creating their own band was put forward. Luke is a military history enthusiast, and he is also hopelessly in love with Siberian Husky puppies. Luke loves to find inspiration for his music through his several failed relationships. He also participated in the school charity show Goodstock.

Sam Martens is an 18 year-old Littleton High School student who has been playing electric bass for the last 10 years, acoustic bass for the last 7, and choir member. While on a 6-month exchange to Argentina, he learned to play guitar. After, Ian approached him about the Dead End Drivers, and has been a part of the band ever since. He participates in Colorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts(5 years) and the school jazz band and orchestra (4 years), as well has helping coordinate, promote, and participate in the school charity Goodstock show.

Matt Wilson is an 18 year-old Colorado Mesa University student. He has been playing drum kit for 7 years and also has 4 years drumline/winter percussion experience. Bottom line, he is an impecable dresser and gotz the beatz. He likes Rolls Royce motorcars, coffee flavored ice cream, and business cards. He believes in a diet of mainly soda, 5 hour energy, and toffee. Some say that he is the owner of the world's largest collection of gentlemen's literature and that his top three loves in the world are his DVDs of Squidbillies, his drum kit, and his collection of trains. The top 3 things Matt doesn't like; environmentalists, mineral water, and people leaving their Toyota Prius in his parking space. He prefers blondes to brunettes and calls semi-trucks lorries. All we know is that he is called, "The most interesting man in the world". But he doesn't prefer Dos Equis...
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