Category: Press

Chad Nance, writer for Camel City Dispatch, reviewed our album Salem.  In short, he really likes it. What we have here, friends and neighbors is an album. Not a CD. Not simply a collection of some songs that the band has …

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Whew!  We’re still slowly floating down from our CD release show at the Garage.  That was the most fun we’ve had on stage.  Hopefully it was something special for you too. And now it’s already time to reflect and relive …

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by Chris Smith, Songwritersolutions.com Closing the show was local rock band Gulley. This event was extra special for the band and for the band’s followers because this show marked the release of their new album “Salem”. I felt a little …

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CLICK HERE TO LISTEN! Last night, we were featured on the podcast the Less Desirables.  The show discusses music, sports, TV, movies, technology and beer! They invited our producer Liz May to discuss the Triad Music Festival, which we will …

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  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfYUczhGggc Tada!  it is here!  Please share with everyone you know!  The official release of Salem is Friday, Jan 17th, at the Garage in downtown Winston-Salem. Camel City Chaos: the Making of Salem is now live!

We made the news three times! We were in the Winston-Salem Journal.  Reporter and writer Cindy Hodnett gave us a little shout out in here Scene & Heard article.     Later, our good friend Shana Whitehead was interviewed by WFDD’s David …

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January 17th, 2014, shall be the day of Gulley.  On this day, Salem will be released along with documentary Camel City Chaos: the making of Salem.  We will also be performing at the Garage as a part of the 2014 Triad Music Festival.  Salem will …

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Today UNC Charlotte’s newspaper  The Niner Times ran a small story about us regarding our musical origins and future plans.  We really appreciate the publicity and love writer Leanna Pough and The Niner Times gave us! Click here for the online story!