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Punk Philosophy

by Daniel Emond

Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist celebrates rock, classical, blues, and folk musical styles in his debut album.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. On Prisoners of the Inquisition
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2. On the Sharing of Love
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3. On Day and Night
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4. On Fruitless Romance
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5. On Elections
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6. On Betrayal
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7. On the Old Man and the Tarantula
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8. On Father's Day
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Album Notes
Daniel Emond wrote all eight songs on his debut album, Punk Philosophy.

The music on the record is eclectic, as Daniel explores a multitude of genres. Daniel finds rock, folk, rhythm and blues, prog rock, classical, jazz, and blues styles, thanks in part to the musicians joining him, who draw their own musical passions from a multitude of sources. Daniel's group, however, is a rock band at its core.

Daniel owes his inspiration for his philosophical album concept to Friedrich Nietzsche. Many of his lyrics are inspired by Nietzsche's article "Human, All to Human", and his canonical poem, "Thus Spoke Zarathustra". His convictions, images, and powerful language have found their way into Daniel's music.

Daniel now regularly performs live in the New York Tri-state area in an act consisting of four permanent members:

Daniel Emond, the band’s singer and writer

DANIEL EMOND has been a performer and creator ever since he can remember. He has been telling stories and acting in plays since he was nine years old, and has been singing ever since his voice dropped. He earned a BFA in acting from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and as soon as he graduated, he decided to follow his dreams of forming an elite rock band. In January, Daniel will be joining the Florida Studio Theater for their new Musical Poems, Prayers and Promises, but before and after that, he will focus on building a successful future for the band. He is truly blessed and proud to be working with the musicians who have joined him.

Owen Dudley, the band’s guitarist

Born and raised in the Hartford area, OWEN DUDLEY has been playing music since the age of 3, when he got his first violin. Studying classical violin and piano through his teens, he decided to explore the possibilities of improvised music on a new instrument, the guitar. Owen arrived in New York City in 2009 to study music at the New School, and has been living and playing in the city ever since. His spirited playing and penchant for picking his spot make him a welcome addition to the group. Owen's other hobbies include asking the big questions, watching hockey, and getting caught in the rain.

Rick Martinez, the band’s drummer

RICK MARTINEZ is a Drummer, Percussionist, and Composer based out of New York City. He is a graduate from NYU's Jazz Performance Program and currently performs at venues along the East Coast. In his years before college he played Timpani in the Peabody Youth Sinfonietta, participated in the Tanglewood music camp and played in the Berklee World Percussion Festival. He has studied with Tony Moreno, Wayne Krantz, Mike Richmond, Dave Pietro, Tim Genis, Jonathan Haas, John Hadfield, Martin Wind, Dafnis Prieto. More recently he has been working on independent music projects and recording sessions in New York.

Josh Henderson, the band’s bassist and violinist

JOSH HENDERSON is enjoying a multi-faceted career as a cross-genre multi-instrumentalist (violin, viola, and electric bass) and composer.
He has built a reputation for his high-energy electric violin performances genres such as Rock, Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Country-Fiddle. A member of several national and internationally touring groups, he regularly tours with The Mayhem Poets, performing with the performance poets in major performing arts venues across the country, the indie-rock outfit Whale Belly, Chassidic Reggae group, The Moshe Hecht Band, contemporary Classical music ensemble, Contemporaneous, and the newly formed string ensemble, Alkali.
A sought after freelance musician in New York City, Josh has performed, recorded, and collaborated with popular artists such as Chris Brown, The Sugar Hill Gang, Sufjan Stevens, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Palmer, Jherek Bischoff, and members of bands such as "Deer Hoof" and "The Eagles".
For more on Josh, please find him online at www.joshhendersonviolin.com.



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