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Red Leaves

Red Leaves

Red Leaves


There are 2 bands with the name Red Leaves. 1. Red Leaves were also a band formed by three schoolfriends Charlie Gates, Will Harris and Simon Nelson in Hampshire, UK in 1993. They played a few gigs and recorded sporadically until Simon bought a four-track. The band then recorded the ten-song album Kaleidoscope in six days at Will's parents house. Subsequently Simon has gone on to be in such bands as Hedz Jellmo, Vermont, Brother Francisco and Cosines. Read more on Last.fm
There are 2 bands with the name Red Leaves. 1. Red Leaves were also a band formed by three schoolfriends Charlie Gates, Will Harris and Simon Nelson in Hampshire, UK in 1993. They played a few gigs and recorded sporadically until Simon bought a four-track. The band then recorded the ten-song album Kaleidoscope in six days at Will's parents house.

Subsequently Simon has gone on to be in such bands as Hedz Jellmo, Vermont, Brother Francisco and Cosines. Tbilissi Recordings finally released Kaleidoscope in March 2003 as a tribute to the ingenuity and resourcefullness of band. 2. Red Leaves was formed in 2004 by David Lujan & Singer Mayberry.

Since then they have self-released 3 EPs and 1 LP. On top of their success with self-releasing all 4 of their recordings, the band had equal success on 4 tours of the Southwest and West Coast, being invited to national festivals to be on bills with Wutang Clan & Everclear at The Santa Fe Muzik Fest in 2007, and The North vs. South Festival in Kansas 2007. For most of its duration the band was a trio, but recently in 2009 David and Singer added David's brother, Marcos Lujan as 2nd bass player to add dynamics to the low end, and new drummer Dorian Colbert (ex. Member of Lomita). Look out for the 3rd EP from the band. The EP will be released locally November 21, 2009, followed by a Southwest tour in 2009, and and East Coast Tour Spring of 2010.

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