Left Standing serves up a welcome dose of Alternative Rock as well as incredible Acoustic sets. The performance and sound production of the guitars, bass and drums are first-rate and create vibrant and memorable rock rhythms. They are a group that knows no boundaries and whose apparent mission is to entertain their audience. This act puts their mark on several different styles, making each their own.
Definably a rock act, they also venture into pop, alternative, punk and even a little blues. However, whats most impressive is that there strong in every style and give their all on every song. Left Standing is one of the newest breakout rock groups to come out of the Las Vegas music scene. Their presence on the national scene is begging to grow, with new fans across the globe due to the internet.
In a recent press release, the group offers their formula for success; "We set out to make music we enjoy and can feel proud of playing music that we like and want to listen to. As soon as you start thinking beyond that, about wanting to keep up with the Jones's or about fitting in with somebody else's format , that's when you lose the map. So we've just done what we do, and tried to have fun doing it." Left Standing has released 3 incredible albums, with their own unique style and sound. In 2008 the group launched their debut release "Life I Stereo", which featured the popular singles "Sorry" and "No One Wins." In 2009 they followed up with the release of "The Living Room Sessions" which included acoustic tracks such as "Holding The Weight" and "American Anthem." Their third album "What it Takes" featuring, "Brand New Day" and "Revolution" continues to make noise everywhere.
Scheduled to release another Acoustic album 7/2011 and an Electric album early 2012....\m/ Left Standing is endlessly new and unique as time goes by. Always delivering for the fans, show after show. They are one of the few groups whose versatility does not hurt them. Indeed, it makes them a phenomenon and a must see act.
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