Savage Henry immediately gained regional respect with their 2005 debut effort All In, an audio journal of the complexities of relationships pushing against the tide of temptation and self-realization. All In was recognized as one the year's most skillfully played and cleanly produced albums by Denver's alternative weekly publication, Westword. After launching All In at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre (in conjunction with the 'Film on The Rocks' series), Savage Henry established their distinctive brand of alternative pop/rock tunes throughout the Midwest and West Coast regions, playing over 175 dates for the remainder of 2005 and 2006. By the end of 2006, Savage Henry picked up a nomination for a Westword Music Showcase Award in the Best Rock category, and then again in 2007, this time in the Best Pop category alongside recent Atlantic signing, Meese. 2007 saw Savage Henry inking a management agreement, a publishing deal, and choosing between vying producers for their follow-up album due for release in 2008. Drummer Mike Boyd joined Savage Henry in 2007, proving his talent and performance ability above a slew of auditioning drummers aching for a place in Denver's ambitious quartet. 2008 saw the addition of rock god guitarist Glenn Esparza, making the ambitious quartet an unstoppable quintet. The members of Savage Henry understand that success in the music industry is more than just skillful albums and blistering live performances, so Savage Henry is an efficient business machine. Stuart Miller is a career guitar player living music through performing, teaching, and publishing placements, and is highly esteemed for his session work. In addition to maintaining the band's website and promotion online, bassist John Jeffers has earned praise for his skills in sound engineering and recording. Singer Damon Guerrasio's background in theater brings a unique, one of a kind performance, keeping the crowds rolling in. Guerrasio has reached his artistic pinnacle as the intricate lyricist and eccentric frontman of Savage Henry. With regular touring, festival, and showcase performances, along with highly acclaimed Pink Floyd tribute shows, Savage Henry continues to prove itself as an independent musical success. As shows regularly sell out in Colorado, Savage Henry has developed sizeable followings in Nebraska, Minnesota, South Dakota and Wyoming. With 2009 the year that road-tested material debuts in the form of their next album, Step Lively, Savage Henry is well on their way to becoming a household name.
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