MELODIME is an award-winning, touring band of two brothers and a best friend that began their musical journey practicing in the hayloft of their farm outside Washington, D.C. A few years later they’re known to frequent some of the top live music venues on the east coast. Energetic pianos play an integral role in their cross-genre southern sound, which is “both modern, and yet nostalgic, just begging to climb the pop charts where they well and truly belong.” – JamSphere Magazine
Having backgrounds in a wide variety of music, MELODIME has landed on a clean, polished sound they’ve termed “Southern Fusion:” rootsy, colorful, and pleasing to those who hold an appreciation for the past, while simultaneously being catchy, contemporary and original. MELODIME’s sound is most similar to bands such as the Train, Gin Blossoms, Hootie and the Blowfish, NEEDTOBREATHE, Nickelback, Bruce Springstein, Tom Petty, and more.
“MELODIME uses their music to say what they want to say, to tell their stories the way they want to tell them. And often the most relevant songs are about the life of making music, being on the road, and dealing with both broken hearts and the dichotomy of their image and their reality.”
- R.J. Carter, The Trades (Jun 06, 2011)
“Three guys play richly textured music, weaving guitar, bass, percussion, keyboards and organs into a symmetrical and ear-pleasing sound.”
- Jon Kaplan, On Tap Magazine (Jun 01, 2011)
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