Epic Songs for Epic Stories – Zander and Freeze have worked together for decades creating custom music their own live bands, other up and coming artist, film, television and advertising productions. To learn more go to facebook.com/zanderfreeze – Photo by: Alex Huggan
Now, on their debut album for Blue Note Records, the Los Angeles-based foursome — singer Ty Taylor, guitarist Nalle Colt, bassist Rick Barrio Dill, and drummer Richard Danielson — channel the vitality of their live show into a fresh and urgent take on guitar-powered rhythm & blues.
Andrew Lawrence started in the entertainment industry at a very young age. Exploring all areas of performance art, he started writing and playing guitar at the age of 12. Since then he has grown into an accomplished singer songwriter ranging in all genres. Andrew recently had a recurring role on CSI Miami and will shift gears this summer during the show’s hiatus as he is scheduled to release his new independent EP featuring the title track ‘Kings March,’ categorized as Americana Rock Soul.
Bartender by day, performer by night, Carrie has an impressive track record of booking high volume shows along with making impressive music videos on YouTube. Carrie has performed at venues such as the House of Blues, the opening games of the 2015 Special Olympics, SXSW, 3 showcases for Make Music New York, as well as partnering with artists such as Mike Deleasa, Mike Tompkins, and Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees. Carrie loves making music videos and covers, as well as her own original tracks off her album “Bows Before Bros,” like her hit single “Fall.” In addition, she often teams up with bands like Say It! Say It! for other covers, like her latest video “She’s Kinda Hot” by 5SOS. However, recently she has come out with a new EP with her band Honey Thief called “Bad Idea,” streamable on Spotify and iTunes.
The Palms have effortlessly combined their love of ALL popular music to create a fresh, uplifting sound, resulting in the perfect soundtrack to a summer night in Los Angeles. The need to make music without barriers or inhibitions is what initially inspired Johnny Zambetti and Ben Rothbard to explore artistic ideas outside of their band Terraplane Sun. Before they knew it, The Palms were born.