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You might think that it's easy to get three guys together to play music that has chemistry and groove, but when the three are nothing but rebellious-minded children, it's as eccentric and charismatic as anything. In the Rowdies' case, just three keys are needed. The first key opens the door to a songwriter by the name of Danny (Dangerous) Rio, who vocalizes in forms of altered concepts that take a brain surgeon to make sense out of. The second key gives access to a punch showman, Myles King, whose instrument of choice, the bass, captures the mind and brings it into a world thats molded into ease. Then theres the third key that opens a gateway to spanking, beating, trouncing, pasting, clashing, whipping and pounding drums through Joe Rio, who for one defeats the odds and takes no prisoners. This trio from suburban land shows how being different is the essence of good music. Their attitude gives up a shake on imagery that portrays potential. The Rowdies ambition gives them a drive thats bound to lead them into their future ideal scope. The music is a blend of thrashing chords and catchy provisions. Writer Danny plays to the counter of the general mind set while his brother, Joe, enhances it with a crisp edge thats blended with Myles smooth bass and served perfect. The Rowdies are young and just at the beginning of what is hoped to be something interesting. Danny Rio quotes I havent written the whole book yet, I only wrote the first page.
Dan Rio - Vox, Guitar Myles King - Bass Joe Rio - Drums
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