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It Makes a Difference
  • Artist: The as You Go Band
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101216845
  • Item #: CDBY121684
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 8/15/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
Price: $12.55

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It Makes a Difference on CD

Imagine Neil Young, The Allman Brothers, Stephen Stills, Pink Floyd, Richard Thompson, The Ozark Mountain Daredevils and James Taylor getting together to sing about God - this is the best way that I can describe our sound. Perhaps I'm dreaming and I only wish we sounded like this. Listen to our songs, what do you think? We are consistently told that our music is soothing and peaceful. For example, after a set, a gentleman came up to us and declared, 'listening to your music makes me feel better". My-oh-my, this is the best possible feedback I could imagine! ----------------------------------------------------------------- The as You Go Band is an American Band playing in the Americana style telling the multilayered story of human existence and the journey of mankind. The as You Go Band played it's first date five years ago. Since then, the Band has played various venues in the Front Range and Southern Colorado. The Denver Volunteers of America organization calls The as You Go Band "our band." We have been playing at VOA events for the last five years, including playing for the folks who are homeless at the VOA Mission in downtown Denver. We write our own music and our songs focus on things of God. As You Go is not a "praise and worship" band. Rather, we write about life's astonishing journey via the Americana/Folk/Rock genre. Our songs are generally considered "deep" and story driven, to which many people respond. The band is made up up Rick, Steve, Guy, and Galen. Here is the bio of Guy. Guy grew up playing music on the North Side of Chicago, IL. In the 80's he toured nationally either playing with or sharing concert stages with Robert Palmer, Dave Mason, Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen, Leon Russell, The Grass Roots, Leo Kottke, Chuck Berry, Leslie Gore, Tommy James and The Shondels, and many more. In a 1982 music review Variety Magazine said: "Steagall plays the 6 string lead guitar... and shows impressive technique in high speed picking... Indefatigable, pours it on throughout."