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Rock, Southern Rock
Practicing in a storage unit, referred to by band members as the “tin can,” you can find a newly formed gem in Murfreesboro.
Marketing themselves as “Southern rock’s dirty little nightmare,” The End Solution is a new band hoping to sweep Murfreesboro.
The group, influenced by artists such as Kings of Leon, The Black Keys and Jimi Hendrix, brings a hard rock sound that incorporates a hint of Southern flavor. If you’re looking for some good rock ‘n’ roll, look no further.
The End Solution’s live performance is a loud rock show, radiating with originality.
The End Solution came together last fall when the band found its missing link, drummer Ryan Flynn. Now, with Drew Uldrich playing bass and Tyler Grooms playing guitar, and equipped with a one-of-a-kind voice, the guys have found their “end solution.”
Uldrich and Grooms met about three years ago when a mutual friend asked Grooms to come jam with him and some friends. Since that night the two have worked on various projects together and were part of Orange Blues, a former popular psychedelic Southern rock band around Murfreesboro.
For more than two years Orange Blues packed in the fans, but their lead guitarist moved and had to leave the group. The band played on.
Another blow came about six months later when their drummer decided to leave the group to focus on school.
After losing these two key parts of Orange Blues, Uldrich and Grooms continued to jam together but didn’t produce much music. Grooms says a breakup with his girlfriend refueled him lyrically and that after returning from Bonnaroo 2007, they really developed a rock sound.
They attribute the change in musical style to these and other hardships they have seen in the past couple of years. Yet, even with the ups and downs, their passion for playing music remained constant.
Their happy jam band songs are a thing of the past, and they morphed into a more melancholy-coated rock band. The only piece missing from their new rock sound was a drummer. That’s where Flynn came in.
Inspired by artists like The Used, Panic at the Disco and Coheed and Cambria, Flynn adds the “Tool-esque” vibe to the band, according to Uldrich.
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