Charm City Devils
Charm City Devils (formerly called "Chosen Son" and "Forty Acres") is a hard rock band from Baltimore, Maryland. The band was founded by SR-71 drummer John Allen as the frontman, and was signed to Eleven Seven Music in 2009. After signed with his label, Mötley Crüe bassist and Eleven Seven Music chairman, Nikki Sixx, was the one who suggested the band's current name Charm City Devils.
The band have released two singles, "Let's Rock n' Roll (Endless Road)" and "Best of the Worst", which are commonly played on local radio stations. Their debut album Let's Rock-N-Roll was released in 2009.
MACH22 started as the brainchild of Lamont Caldwell as an outlet for his creative genius. Although Lamont is a multi-instrumentalist, it was his chops on the saxophone that landed him a spot currently touring with Jay-Z as a Roc Boy and before that he toured with The Legendary Roots Crew and performed with the Dave Mathews Band. Coined as "Zeppelin meets Kravitz" MACH22 captures the essence of what makes Rock n Roll great from the past, present and future. The songs are simple enough to be catchy for the average listener, yet intricate for those who appreciate excellent musicianship.