Sell The Rights Official Eat Me Alive video out now

Sell The Rights Official Eat Me Alive video out now

Sell the Rights is the product of small town singer/songwriter, Alex Swenson. He wrote songs from the heart that are reminiscent of the simpler things in life, the way he sees them, the way they should be. When combined with Seattle music scene veteran and then aspiring producer, Brian Rowland, in 2009, a new vision was fabricated. They began a project that combined the smoky soul of a classic rock style songwriter with the big payoff of a more contemporary pop/rock, musician/producer. The product: Classicon Rock, cleverly named combining “classical” and “contemporary” rock styles. Impossible, you say? Not quite. One listen to the self-produced debut EP, “Take My Word,” and you’ll beg to differ. With varying leads between piano and guitar, huge driving drum kits, and vocals that pierce through to the point of minor injury, you’ll see why it doesn’t take long to fall under the spell of these fresh, yet so familiar sounds.

In 2010 the band became complete: First, with the addition of long-time bassist and then aspiring producer, Kyle Layng, second, with the addition of seasoned guitarist/pianist and former band mate of Brian Rowland, Paul Baldwin. As the band enters the music scene together, brand new EP in hand, there couldn’t be more potential and energy surrounding what’s to come. Take my word, people, this is only the beginning…

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Christian Hamilton

Christian Hamilton

Christian is the founder and Editor of Rock Paper Rock as well as a freelance concert and event photographer serving the Pacific Northwest and Beyond. He is a certified member of the PPA and Gold Level member of the CPS. He has recently began working with Mental Itch Records and has launched his own Photography website.

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