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In an era of computer-made, beat-driven music, Grand Canyon is the antithesis of modern music. However, by focusing on musicianship and timeless songwriting, and drawing on the inspiration of the classic sounds and arrangements of the 70s, it is the kind of music that will be wafting through the canyons for a long time.

The Los Angeles based rock and roll band has self-recorded a debut album that is out now on Bodan Kuma Recordings.


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PRESS

"Had Stevie Nicks ditched Fleetwood Mac and joined Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers circa Damn the Torpedoes, this heartland-rock anthem might've found a home on Side A, sandwiched between "Even the Losers" and "Shadow of a Doubt." A flashback to the glory days of Seventies pop-rock, "Standing in the Shadows" lights up with coed harmonies, electric-guitar jangle and California cool."
Rolling Stone

"A band that soars with confidence, equally adept at expressing Saturday night fury and Sunday morning reflection"
L.A. Times

"This is just fantastic...It's new to 2, and it's my current new favorite album, it's called Le Grand Cañon"
Whispering Bob Harris - BBC RADIO 2

"The kind of hooks that lesser songwriters would give their i-teeth for"
Paste Magazine

"Grand Canyon creates classic rock for modern age"
Glide Magazine

"Antithetical of the more synthetic nature of pop hits today, the band tends to hone their focus in on earthen hooks and infectious rhythms that would produce fitting anthems for any backroad."
PopMatters

"The word 'timeless' comes to mind as the band heaves unforeseen singles rooted from the classic sounds of the 70's, it is something out of a fairy tale of rock-ness."
Come Here Floyd

"On the sextet's debut album, "Le Grand Cañon," they find a sweet spot in harmony-rich and richly narrative classic rock, 1970s style"
Kevin Bronson - Buzzbands LA

"The song celebrates getting back to your roots over a '70s rock groove that would sound at home on a mixtape between Fleetwood Mac and Jackson Browne."
Wide Open Country


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