Frontman, Wednesday said: ” I’ve seen this stuff before on television and I’ve been a sceptic about this forever. I want to see now if I will eat my own words. I’m really excited and looking forward to the attempt of having the begezzus scared out of me!”
12th May 2008 WOLVERHAMPTON, WULFRUN HALL
13th May 2008 NORWICH, WATERFRONT
14th May 2008 LEICESTER, THE CHARLOTTE
15th May 2008 CARDIFF, UNIVERSITY
16th May 2008 EXETER, PHOENIX
17th May 2008 LEEDS, COCKPIT
18th May 2008 SHEFFIELD, CORPORATION
19th May 2008 ABERDEEN, MOSHULU
20th May 2008 GLASGOW, GARAGE
21st May 2008 OXFORD , ACADEMY
1st June 2008 LONDON, LA 2
In 2007, the four hard rocking guys that make up the band, Stereoside, signed with Bieler Brothers records.
Singer Jeff Shields is the former Tallahassee Idol winner. He has rejected many major label offers to sing country music, and joined Stereoside in 2006.
What does Stereoside sound like? Their modern rock sound mimics that of a couple of the better selling acts of late, Hinder, Daughtry and maybe a dash of Alter Bridge.
The CD, So Long is full of radio ready rockers, many of which could easily be hits, especially if Clear Channel allows their stations to play this record.
When singer Jeff Shields voice isn’t over powered by the music, his vocals shine. At times his voice reminds me of another singer that I am fond of, Johnny Gioeli from Axel Rudi Pell.
So Long is armed with a bunch of good songs, including, Sinner, Tattoo, Wasted and My Life. Sinner could be a massive hit for Stereoside. The tune Tattoo is very catchy and requires multiple plays. Wasted has a crazy amount of radio potential. There really isn’t a bad song in the lot.
Hopefully, Stereoside isn’t a band that gets lost in the mix. Their sound may not be original enough to get them the recognition they deserve. Jeff Shields is a big talent, and this disc needs to be heard by all.
Jeff Sheilds – Vocals
Ben Foster – Guitar, and vocals
Chris York – Drums
David Oliver – Bass