Power trios from the Milwaukee area are nothing new, but Dad The Plow, releasing their first album of music this month, have been honing and developing their sound for three years. The Band members hail from Milwaukee groups that include Hangman''s Jury, RedRum, and Victims of Voodoo, but Dad The Plow has developed a sound quite distinct from those metal bands. It is a sound that incorporates heavy, almost ''70s-style riffs and Metallica-like vocals with sweeping keyboard sounds. - Maximum Ink Music Magazine (November 2007)
Chris Howard: Vocals, Bass
Remo: Guitar, Guitar Synth, Keyboards
Mike Runge: Drums
This 3-piece act delivers the goods when it comes to meeting the demands of hungry heavy rock fans. Catchy riffs, melodic vocals, and strong musical arrangements allows this band to please the masses. Live Music Source has tagged Dad The Plow as “Milwaukee’s Hidden Gem.”
Dad The Plow was conceived in February of 2004 in the studio of founding member Chris Howard. Compiling fellow friends that all have had ties to the Milwaukee music scene for many years and have had success and recognition on many levels guaranteed a recipe for success. This strong bond shows through in their music and stage show.
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