Sundawg Records

Favorite Albums
The Wiley One "No7Kid" http://www.thewileyone.com A Life of Science "The Apneist" http://www.theapneist.com
Favorite Songs
The Beer Song, No7Kid, Possibilities, Push On, False Reality, Gotta Lotta Love, Vampire Scars, The Apneist, Barnicles of Time, Onward Submarine, Text Support, Carving a Canyon, Lets Say Grace, Evidence of Lunar Orbit, rebels in redcoats, SAND-4000, Yacht Life, Go Green, Kings of The Pavement, http://www.thewileyone.com http://www.theapneist.com
Favorite Bands
A Life of Science, The Wiley One http://www.thewileyone.com http://www.theapneist.com
Favorite Books
The Apneist http://www.thewileyone.com http://www.theapneist.com
Favorite Movies
The Apneist http://www.thewileyone.com http://www.theapneist.com
Favorite TV Shows
http://www.thewileyone.com http://www.theapneist.com
The Wiley One Sam Wiley from the band "THE WILEY ONE, grew up in Miami, Mexico City and Phoenix. Being the son of an author and artist, Wiley's first love was writing. At the age of 7, Wiley began writing creative short stories, poetry and lyrics for his older siblings who were all aspiring musicians. Wiley grew up surrounded by a musical family, which heavily influenced him to learn about music. He began taking guitar lessons from his older brother Michael Wiley (composer) starting at the age of 9 years old, singing lessons from sister Marta Wiley (WOMB) at the age of 10, and drum lessons from his sister Cristiana Wiley (WOMB) at the age of 12. Though Wiley began composing songs at the age of 13, it was during his early college years at Northern Arizona University when he began to spread his wings as a singer/songwriter. In early 2001 Wiley started performing locally and was being compared to various popular acoustic artists such as G-Love & Special Sauce, Sublime, Nick Drake, Jack Johnson and Jason Mraz. After recording freshman album "No 7 Kid", Wiley added New York-born bassist, Jay of the Funk who is known for his acoustic slap style, and the amazingly talented jazz drummer, CTX of Identity Crisis. Live shows incorporate acoustic, hip-hop, blues, jazz, reggae and folk styles. Today, The Wiley One's music is rapidly gaining recognition. The unique bouncy-bluesy string style riffs combined with creative lyrical poetry have attracted audiences far and wide. The Wiley One has evolved into one of the most impressive up and coming bands in the Southwest. "No. 7 Kid," received exciting reviews from The Phoenix New Times, among others, and is spreading like wild fire through the West Coast and beyond. Radio Stations from K-Rock in Los Angeles, California to The Edge 103.9FM in Phoenix, Arizona have featured live performances and airings of The Wiley One's music. Since The Wiley One signed to Independent Record Label, Sundawg Records, in 2007, their concert
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