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Carbon Sun : Cocktail Party Phenomenon
  • Artist: Carbon Sun
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 659057230221
  • Item #: CDBY723022
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 8/20/2002
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Carbon Sun : Cocktail Party Phenomenon on CD

Just outside the ivy covered walls of Princeton, New Jersey, 3 musicians came together to form the melodic, acoustic rock ensemble known as Carbon Sun. Devin Rosa, founder of Carbon Sun, started the band as a coffee house trio at the crossroads of several university campuses. However, it was a gig at the Bucks County Coffee Shop in Princeton, where vocalist Chris Arland first heard the unique style of the band. Chris managed to slip a demo to a member of Carbon Sun with the hopes of adding background vocals, but the band couldn't deny the chemistry. With the rhythmic collaboration of Devin's guitar playing and Chris's poetic song writing, it was inevitable that Carbon Sun would be reborn. Fate plus the love of acoustic guitars introduced Devin to Brian Greenburg, a rhythm guitarist with a smooth acoustic style added the final nails that would secure the name Carbon Sun throughout the rock music scene. Carbon Sun continues to play around the tri-state area, ensuring that the audience has as much fun listening, as they do performing.