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I Would Rather Dream

by [Peach]

An ambitious track that fuses the characteristics of Rock and Jazz into a contemporary pop structure.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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[PEACH] is the brain child of singer/songwriter and guitarist Aslan Crawley. The project is supported by rock drummer Connor Pruitt and rock bassist Loren Calvin Dunaway III and employs the talents of jazz pianist Christian Pearson and jazz Saxophonist Steven Keck. Together they ambitiously push the envelope of popular music with influences ranging from hard bop to art rock.

In 2011, [PEACH] began cutting their teeth in the Oklahoma City music scene as a rock trio composed of Aslan, Connor, and Loren. They released an EP that same year to favorable review and quickly began work on new material. In early 2014, Aslan Crawley began hosting underground Jazz Jams where he scouted out Christian Pearson and Steven Keck. They soon became invaluable to the band's artistic direction. In the spring of 2015, [PEACH] released its first singles incorporating the new line up. This release was regarded as the first material to properly represent the band.

With momentum building, [PEACH] looks to the future as they plan their supporting tour and their next release. They are currently a promising emerging artist in the Oklahoma music scene, but their eclectic influences and ambitious musical aspirations have made them into a band that should be watched closely as they attempt to merit national recognition.



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