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MP3 Max Allen Band - Ending Sun
MAB’s newest release, “Ending Sun” is extraordinarily engaging and like previous releases, “Ending Sun” combines well constructed lyrics, distinctive melodies and powerful song structures with a level of musicianship that is uncanny.
11 MP3 Songs in this album (60:02) !
Related styles: Rock: Modern Rock, Rock: Jam-band, Mood: Upbeat
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The Max Allen Band (MAB) can be described as an 8-up combination of musical genres. You never know what they might play: Reggae, Rap, Funk, Rock… the list goes on. You can be sure that whatever MAB plays, it will be top notch. Max Allen’s strong vocals, stellar guitar work and entertaining stage presence always satisfies. Meanwhile, in rhythm land, it’s being laid on thick and juicy by bassist Dace Robie. His six string fretless fingering somehow seems to telekinetically sync with the back beaten beats by the one and only Shaan France. His mesmerizing, heartbeat driven drums leave MAB fans begging for more.
MAB delivers a solid, well seasoned performance laced with improvisation, experimentation, and an overall love for the music they play and the fans they attract. Once described as “An amazingly full-sounding trio”, MAB now performs in a variety of configurations including as a trio, four piece and at times with guest performers joining them on stage.
MAB tours regularly and performs about 125 shows per year. Over the past seven years Max and MAB have had the privilege of performing on stage with and/or opening for a number of great musicians and bands, including Larry Crane (Mellencamp), Chris Duarte, Dishwalla, Lukas Nelson, The Marshall Tucker Band, Otiel Burbridge, Dickey Betts, The Spin Doctors, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Karl Denson''s Tiny Universe, Ekoostik Hookah, Dark Star Orchestra and Umphrey''s McGee.
MAB is currently touring in support of its November 2009 release Ending Sun.
The Max Allen Band is currently signed with Big Walnut Records and is a member of the Homegrown Music Network.
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Max Allen Band
Produced by Max Allen
Engineered by Chris Dobbs
Recorded at Big Walnut Studios
Label: Big Walnut Records
Release Date: November 2009
Ending Sun is an extraordinarily engaging album that combines well constructed lyrics, catchy melodies and distinctive song structures with a level of musicianship that is uncanny.
Ending Sun is Max Allen’s sixth release and his third with the
Max Allen Band (MAB).
Ending Sun Go To Tracks
Track # 2 – Master Bedroom: (4:19) - This is where the magic happens, but an unfortunate twist leads to our main character collecting his clothes and running for the door.
Track # 3 – Gridlock: (5:41) – Too many people driving in urban America will understand exactly what MAB is talking about in this traffic “jammed” song.
Track # 5 – Me My Mo Ho: (3:27) – A tripped out, funky festie view on an old friend’s childhood tongue twister. See how fast you can repeat the chorus..
Track # 11 – California Love: (6:51) – A new spin on Dr. Dre and Tupac’s 1995 hit.
MAB is currently played on stations like:
WDBX - Carbondale, IL KDHX - St. Louis, MO
WCBE - Columbus, OH WTTS - Indianapolis, IN
WIDR - Kalamazoo, MI WIRX St. Joseph, MI
WYCE - Grand Rapids, MI WMHB – Augusta, ME
WMNF – Tampa, FL KDHX – St. Louis, MO
WKPS – State College, PA WFSS – Fayetteville, NC
WECS Willimantic, CT WQFS – Greensboro, NC
WEQX – Manchester, VT KPFK – Los Angeles, CA
WNTI – Hakketstown, NJ KHEN – Salida, CO
WBZC – Pemberton, NJ WVOF – Fairfield, CT
"… tremendous musical skill and a fearless innovative approach to songwriting and performing.... This is a jam band the way jam bands are supposed to sound ... these guys are such gifted musicians … They shift keys and styles throughout, and various sounds seem to float all over the room. They give us all hope for the next generation of touring bands.”
Honey Sepeda – Boulder Home of the Blues Newsletter
“About halfway through your first listen, it starts to dawn on you that these guys can really play the daylights out of their instruments.”
Bryan Rodgers – Home Grown Music Network – Earthwalker Review
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