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Published:October 5th, 2007 09:19 EST
Judyth Piazza chats with Sean Sali, Bass Player for Severfuse

Judyth Piazza chats with Sean Sali, Bass Player for Severfuse

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

 

Begun in the spring of 2006 as an outlet for passions lacking from other projects, the three founding members began without a vision or an idea of the music that was to come. Each member was currently pursuing other projects, but quickly realized that there was something different within this group. With the addition of other members taking right up until their first foray into EarArt Music Studios to work with Tim Neuhaus in November of 2006, the music that was being produced far exceeded their expectations.

As the music was written but particularly during studio, each member of the back brought their extensive and diverse musical backgrounds forward. Each song was reviewed and some were rewritten to make sure that each member was happy with the results. The completion of this brought their first five songs that were very well received to the Vancouver music scene.

Shows did not begin until April of 2007 as the band felt that another member was needed to bring the energy to the stage that the music required. With the membership complete, Severfuse was ready to begin playing shows.

Each member has extensive musical experience to their credit and for this reason there was an instant comfort level when on stage. The ability to connect with an audience was something that was worked on from the beginning. Severfuse wanted to make sure that the people that came out to see them felt like part of the band!

The summer of 2007 has been an exciting one for the band. The band received Top 10 honors with the Fox Seeds Competition which helped rocket them onto the Vancouver music scene. This coupled with their upcoming full length album set to be release fall of 2007, this is just the beginning for Severfuse.

For More Information:  http://www.myspace.com/severfuse  

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