Grand Canyon, Yesterday’s News Review
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Grand Canyon is a Los Angeles based band fronted by singer/songwriter/guitarist Casey Shea and vocalist Amy Wilcox. Together they are a powerful united sound. Grand Canyon takes a throwback attitude towards their music, focusing on timeless songwriting, and drawing on the inspiration of the classic sounds and arrangements of the 70s. Their new album Yesterday’s News just hit the ground running and already is proving to be this summer’s heat seeker. The members of Grand Canyon, include Jon Cornell (bass), Darice Bailey (keys/vocals), and Matt Bogdanow (drums), in addition to the already mentioned Shea, Wilcox and guitarist Joe Guese, have collectively sold millions of records, toured the world in their own bands and as sidemen, appeared on countless daytime and late night shows, and had songs that set the scene in numerous television shows and movies. They have graced the stage with everyone from indie folk hero Daniel Johnston to Thai pop sensation Palmy to Celine Dion, played in the SNL house band, and recorded with everyone from Rod Stewart to Linda Perry. They have worked in the studio with Mike Deneen, Brendan Benson, Jamie Candiloro, Dave Schiffman, Steve Albini and more.
Yesterday's News [Explicit]
It is What It Is
21st Century American Man
Release Date: August 2, 2019
Bodan Kuma Recordings
The band has set out to capture the sound of the 70s with a throwback to solid songwriting and great melodies, along with the freedom of creativity within their music grounded in memorable and singable melodies.