Now Is Now
Now Is Now
While only together since 2000, their music transcends generations. The band has been described as one which "has learned from their predecessor's mistakes, taken their feet off their monitors, abandoned the rock poses, and ditched the apathy to create a montage of rock stylings that is from Gin Blossoms to Live and Sheryl Crow to STP." - Dave White, Face Magazine The band's efforts have earned them numerous accolades, paving the way for them to successfully tour New England's club and tavern circuit. "The fact that we don't limit ourselves to where we play helps us gain the positive exposure we need to bring the NOW sound to as many people as possible," says Alden. "We've achieved a kind of zen of the bar band attitude towards these gigs.
Given that we roll into places without the pretentious attitude that we only play 'club' shows helps us to break the 'original music ice' with new crowds, rock each place harder than the last, and sell numerous CD's at each performance." Each year seems better than the last for the band as their second full length effort, "Days of Summer" earns them airplay from regional radio and countless spins in fans' CD players, i-Pods, and podcasts from around the world. If this record is anything like their first CD, "Transitions," which according to Portland rock critic Dan Short who describes this CD as a "shockingly good record," it would appear that the successful future of Now is Now as one of Maine's premier rock & roll bands is one which is already set in stone. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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