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Piss Drunk And Bloated


Alternative rock, chock full of radio friendly hits with extraordinary melodies,dead-on harmonies and a sound evident of major talent and marketability.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hello June
5:22 album only
2. Uncaring World
6:01 album only
3. Nice Tiara
4:34 album only
4. My Pie Plated Eagle Suit
5:27 album only
5. Sifting Through Change
3:34 album only
6. Hollow
3:56 album only
7. Remember Me
3:48 album only
8. The Sun Is Sad
3:42 album only
9. What's It All About
3:41 album only
10. Why Can't We All Just Get Along
3:18 album only


Album Notes
EVERYdayGREEN www.everydaygreen.com is an alternative rock band from Northern, MA

EVERYdayGREEN's music consists of edgy vocals, radio friendly melodies, three singers/songwriters, unusually tight harmonies and delivers a positively driving beat both live and recorded. EdG is made up of two sets of brothers.

EdG's goal is to gain industry support in touring, distribution and soundtrack music.

EVERYdayGREEN's debut cd "Piss Drunk & Bloated" is receiving rave reviews througout the industry.

Dave Andrews (singer/songwriter) and brother B.G. Andrews (bass and acoustic guitars) came from a musically inspired family as their dad strummed his campy acoustic music to the children at a very young age. In school, Dave pursued saxophone and clarinet and quickly became his schools star musical student and bandleader. B.G. played drums in marching band and sequestered himself to learn to play guitar. The pair emerged later as the areas premiere musicians and continued to play independent of one another with various musical groups and theatrical organizations. Soon thereafter it became evident that Dave's unusual blend of range, sound and perfectionism would classify him as an extraordinary vocalist in the aftermath of singers like Jon Bon Jovi and Steve Perry. Dave became an inspired songwriter, composing a dynamic array of tunes. B.G. went off and expanded his skills as a member of the acclaimed global group "Up With People", later touring as the lead guitarist and advancing him in music and sound. After he graduated from "Full Sail School for the Recording Arts", he began touring in an audio capacity with the likes of Metallica, Bob Dylan, Phil Lesh, Garbage and others. The two began their long-standing friendship with the shy guitarist Kevin Medvecky and his big brother Jeff during their teen years with a local youth group. Kev's guitar sounds eventually blended with his unique storytelling abilities to produce songs that even the most untrained listeners have latched on to. Jeff began playing drums in 1986 where he developed his chops studying the likes of Neil Peart, Terry Bozio and others. His true sense for dynamics, knowledge of rhythms, timing and fills lend themselves to his natural instinct for playing. Jeff's stage presence makes EdG's live show really fun to watch. This perfectly dynamic group with all the makings of such superstars as U2, Matchbox 20, Creed and Radiohead will attract audiences of many genres. The quartet began playing together on and off in 1991 working on each other's music.

With three songwriters, multi-instrumental ability, and dead-on harmonies the material gelled into a sound evident of major talent, marketability, radio friendly hits and a long list of material constantly growing.

The band:

Dave Andrews: Songwriter, Lead and back-up vocals, piano, acoustic guitar, clarinet and recorder

- "Why can't we all just get along" underscore for indie short "Alternative to Violence" 2001
- 1st Sax jazz Band
- 9 years student wind instruments (sax, clarinet)
- Jazz Band Award
- Band Leader (concert and jazz)
- Trained in piano, organ, guitar

Kevin Medvecky: Songwriter, Lead vocals and lead guitar

- 7 years student of guitar
- Publishing book of short stories

B.G. Andrews: Bass Guitar, acoustic guitar, songwriter and back-up vocals

- World tour - "Up With People" 1988-89 lead guitarist
- World tours - "Up With People" sound engineer 89-90. Stage manager 90-91, 94, production manager 95, consultant 96
- Audio Technician - various artist tours 1997 - 2003
- Vice President - Band
- Degree - Full Sail School for the Recording Arts

Jeff Medvecky: Drums and percussion

- Studied drums and percussion under Berkeley's Rick Foresese
- 17 years of drumming knowledge

Management: Deborah Yanzo
212 West Main Street
Georgetown, MA 01833



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CD is excellent, Live show even better
After listening to this cd I decided to catch a live show. While the CD is ecellent, the live show is better. I saw EVERYdayGREEN Sept. 5that the Rockpile in Saugus. I was beginning to think bands believed that simply playing loud and screaming out vocals somehow equates to being good. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that talent has not been completely forgotten. EVERYdayGREEN only played a half hour set, but they displayed more talent in that short time than a lot of bands do in their careers. Their set had solid vocals and amazing guitar work backed up with an infectious bass groove and heart thumping drum work. What I found refreshing about this band was there was no one “star”. I’ve seen lots of bands where, for instance, the vocals are great but the band cant back them up, or the guitarist it great but the singer couldn’t carry a tune. Instead of one person carrying the band, each member added his talent to the whole. So instead of saying “Crank the amps and we’ll sound great!” EVERYdayGREEN has decided to say “We already sound great, so crank up the amps!”

I learned the band has been invited by WAAF to play the Taste of Boston at city hall plaza on Sept. 21 and has also been chosen to compete in the Beantown Meltdown at The GoodTimes Emporium on Oct 17. Apparently I’m not the only one that thinks this band has talent. Pick up a CD or catch one of their shows and I think you’ll agree.