Sharing the stage with legends such as Richie Ramone of The Ramones, pop-rock band Gone Avery has begun to make their mark on the West Coast music scene. With shows at historic venues such as The House of Blues and The Roxy, the four-man group has built a passionate fan base and an even greater collection of original content.
With an upcoming album release under a division of Sony Music and playing with genre greats, The Ataris, Hawthorn Hights and Unwritten Law, Gone Avery looks to provide the pop-rock genre with a fresh sound that will captivate music listeners. Through their melodious guitar riffs and authenticity, the industry can expect to see significant work from Gone Avery.
When you decide it’s time to make a new record, is that more exciting or stressful?
Ans:”Writing new music is always exciting, but there is definitely a degree of stress that comes with it. Writing really good songs that speak to the audience, and become a part of their lives takes a lot of effort. When it comes down to it, this what we love to do, and the enjoyment ofwriting will always overpower the stress”-Lee
How do you shut things out?
Ans:“With noise canceling headphones. (Ha!) I never shut things out.Inspiration is all around us if we choose to listen.”-Lee
Q: How easily do songs tend to come to you?
Ans:Songs go through my head constantly. They never stop. It’s a matter of making time to record the ideas, and rolling with the good ones. Of course, the bad ideas can be developed to become great. That has definitely happened with a few songs before.”-Lee