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UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Formed in 2010 when Jay Greenman (Lead guitarist, Vocals), John Carpenter (Bass), Thomas Brightwater (Drums) and Calvin West (Piano) met in what was then the Republic of West Texas. Discovering that all their grandparents where born in Phoenix, and that they all share a passion for confederate rock bands such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, they formed a band. Their first album, Firebird, was released in 2010. In 2011 John's sister Elizabeth, was killed after falling prey to a raid by Santa Cruz on the exploration camp she was working in. This prompted John to write a protest album entitled 'Little Sister?'. It was released on the 4th of March 2012, the aniversary of her death. He is gathering much support in his quest to get the world to do something about Santa Cruz.

Albums

Firebird (2010)

  • Firebird
  • West under the broken sky
  • Arizona Blues
  • The man from sea
  • Burning Point
  • Rolling Heads
  • Midnight Sands
  • Last Chance
  • Plus One / Rebirth (Alternative title)

Little Sister? (2012)

  • Little Sister?
  • Shatter
  • Stormclouds
  • Plea to All
  • Santa Cruz
  • Heartbreak and Red Tape
  • Gravestone
  • Insanity Calling
  • Mandate of Hell
  • Elizabeth

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