This former Austin, Texas, band has been described as a unique blend of diverse influences ranging from 1990’s band The Sundays to classic rock act Pink Floyd with a bit of Fleetwood Mac thrown in for good measure. The band draws from the inspiration of these classic acts like an artist choosing colors to paint with and combines this inspiration with their own imagination and honed technical skills to create a sound like no other.
Although the band's sound and tone may shift gears quickly from track to track, one common thread remains consistent; well-crafted, strong, colorful songwriting that stays true to telling the story of life; the dark side and the bright. From the hard rock title track opener "Oceans" to the rich Latin love story "Dolores"; dizzybloom moves through the album's mood swings with the grace and ease that can only be achieved by seasoned songwriters focused on delivering one timeless song after another.
Oceans includes five new songs, written by core members Billy R. Preston and Juliet Gamero, and four vintage 1997 songs co-written with original lead singer, Stacey Evans of Los Angeles. The award-winning 1997 tracks have been electrified and given new life by a thorough remix at Gaynor Brunson's Rock Canyon Studios in Utah. As a result of combining past and present material, Oceans features two female lead vocalists. The first half of the album is led by the powerful and emotional vocals of Amy Whitcomb, who was recently a top contender on NBC’s “The Voice.” The second half features dizzybloom's original vocalist, Stacey Evans. The album also highlights the talents of guitarist/bassist/
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Stacey Evans: 323-602-7266
6127 Romaine St, Los Angeles, CA 90038
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