"A throwback gem of vintage vibrations,"
Santa Rosa Records.
Pacific Range is an Americana/Jam-Band based out of LA with influences from The Allman Brothers, Gram Parsons, and The Grateful Dead. Their melody and lyric-based music incorporates the feel-good vibes of the 60's and 70's, with deep jams and plenty of improvisation. Their debut self-titled EP encapsulates their wide array of influences and live sound. Songs like "Santa Monica" capture the essence of sunny-California beach culture from a working class perspective, with a groove that will leave you bobbing in your seat. Santa Rosa Records praised it as "A throwback gem of vintage vibrations."
Most of their songs are originals written by their prolific songwriter Seamus Turner. One of his songs "12 O'Clock Normal St. Blues" received radio airplay, and was selected to be performed in full orchestration at the Sierra Nevada Big Room. Seamus also was the winner of the Ventura One's to Watch songwriting competition.
Aside from the songwriting, Pacific Range really thrives in a live setting. The band has played all over Southern California, including at Topanga Days Music Festival, The Echo, The Resident and Pappy & Harriet's. They have performed alongside such notable acts as Dick Dale, Beachwood Sparks, Gospel Beach, Mapache and Grateful Shred. Go catch the boys in action on a weekend. Chances are they'll be playing.