Maradeen @ The Cave Nashville, Tn W/ Larry Mitchell

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MARADEEN
www.maradeenband.com

Live show from The Pour House in Charleston, SC
https://archive.org/details/Maradeen2015-02-26.Maradeen2015-02-26

The origins of Maradeen trace back to Athens, GA, when guitarist/singer Whit Murray joined Mama's Love in 2009. Fronted by singer/songwriter Thomas Galloway, Mama’s Love toured nationwide for the next three years. They built a devoted fan base and recorded two albums with renowned producers such as Tom Tapley and John Keane. Whit Murray parted ways with Mama's Love in 2011 to further his musical education in Boston at the Berklee College of Music. Galloway continued on with Mama's Love and the two remained in contact, sharing the stage whenever circumstances permitted. Murray hurried back down south in the summer of 2014, eager to put his finely-tuned performance abilities to test. He soon heard a familiar name in the Nashville rock community: Kaitlyn Connor, keyboardist for a young Nashville-based band Afro. A band that used to share the stage with Mama’s Love. Fresh off of touring as a drum tech for Lyle Lovett, Ben Plewes (also of Afro) seamlessly filled the drummer void, and along with young buck bassist Sterling Miller, the four began rehearsing steadily, playing local shows around Nashville, and building an arsenal of original material. In October of 2014, Galloway made the natural transplantation to Nashville from Athens to pursue songwriting. He and Murray picked up right where they left off, both on the stage and in co-writes. Fresh out of the studio recording their debut album, Mirage, Maradeen is in the midst of their spring tour traveling throughout the South East.
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