L.A. Ryder | It's a Miracle

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It's a Miracle

by L.A. Ryder

Hard Rock /RnB group with a hard edge, circa 1970's arena rock done in 1980's like Kiss or Sammy Hagar, upbeat with a unique unchartered groove. Featuring male and female singers. The latter with the style of Heart and Stevie Nicks.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. We're the Outcasts
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2. Love Could Do This to My Head
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3. It's a Miracle
3:07 $0.99
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4. Columbian Heights
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5. Itchy Feet (Part 1)
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6. We Gotta Get Down
3:17 $0.99
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7. My Time for Going
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8. She Lied to Me
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9. It'll all Work Out in the End
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Popular hard rock/blues soul band from Northwest Indiana, originally formed by Indiana natives Larry Ryder (guitar) and George Buck (Drums). But first there was Shank, Shank and Tootsie. That pre-incarnate lineup was comprised of Ryder (guitar), Stan Serna (Drums) and Medo Cortez (Bass). The band played the chitlin circuit of the Gary, Indiana area emerging from the backdrop of the blue collar steel mill communities and environments. By the end of the 1970's the group finished their run of their tenure musically, leading Ryder into the 1980's eventually evolving into The first lineup which contained Tami Lusa on Vocals, Denny on back up guitar, and adding Arnie Strezolinski (Bass) and Joel Alderson on Drums. With the namesake addition, the band quickly became a party band favorite, also recording their fist sessions at Timbre studio in Alsip, Illinois Soon, a Keyboard/Vocalist from local band, Stonewood Fox named Allen Kulasa, became available and a new blend was the result. Al's dynamic voice and penchant for the catchy pop tunes struck a chord with the hard rocking Ryder. Although Kulasa's influence was more from the soulful dimension of the likes of Pop stars Robert Palmer and Kool and the Gang, the trio replaced Strezolinski with veteran bassist Joel "Baby" Valdez and expanding their sound adding Mike Haney on the saxophone. The writing style created a string of songs not to escape your mind so easy, such as "Rock with No Pension" a song for which won them a contest from Indiana's Beat Magazine 1990, Best band in the State of Indiana, "Columbian Heights" and "Take a Little Time" a song that was included on Best of the Region local band compilation CD. They soon gained a notariety for filling in for missing headliners and show stopping bass and drum solos. In 1990, the band picked up momentum opening up for national touring acts such as Robin Trower, Johnny Winter, Foghat, Savoy Brown and Spirit at the popular Club Dimensions nightclub in Highland, Indiana.
Ryder and Kulasa continue to write together to this day. For information contact: Junkyarddogmusic@gmail.com

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