A new era in music has emerged indeed.
A must see, must book band.
Seattle’s very own Doxology is gaining “bullet train” momentum in the area’s prestigious music scene, playing to SOLD OUT crowds every week at TOP venues and colleges around the region; cultivating a rich and dynamic fan base by delivering explosive and memorable LIVE! performances.
Doxology recently won the National Title for Jillian’s Battle of the Bands competition. Competing locally, regionally and then nationally, Doxology beat out over 250 quality bands securing the opportunity to open Heineken’s AmsterJam music Festival in New York City. This amazing event featured the Red Hot Chili Peppers, 311, Garbage, Diddy and more with nearly 100,000 fans in attendance. Adding to their success, Doxology was selected as the only local Seattle band to play at the 7th Largest Fair in the country, The Puyallup Fair. They shared the evening with Hoobastank.
Doxology’s determination to be purposefully unclassifiable frees them to incorporate the members’ wide range of interests, loves and influences:
Hendrix, Michael Jackson, Prince, hip-hop, jazz-fusion, neo soul, classical, gospel and more. Doxology’s sound completely satisfies the typically unquenchable musical thirst of their teens to 20’s to 30 something audience.
Comments about Doxology:
“The fundamental orientation seems a fluid blend of rock and neo-soul. Lead vocalist Luke McPherson evokes the tensile urgency of the best neo-soul singers. The musicians demonstrate the skillful flexibility to fullfill all the band’s musical ambitions. They are about to make history.”- The Triple Door, Seattle
“A sure bet – you gotta come check’em out or you are missing out!” – Tre, The Showox Theater
“Doxology definitely has our vote as “The Band to Watch” this year.They are good looking and sound even better – cutting edge, very NOW! A rare and fresh breath of air.Simply amazing!” – Jennifer Johnson, Diamond Rock Productions
“Doxology fans continue to jam our phone lines each time they visit our morning show. They are definitely heading for stardom. The Seattle Music scene has a pure winner on their hands” – Bender, KISS 106.1FM Personality
“Imagine the music of Maroon 5 and Train being forced occasionally through Jurassic 5’s backbeat, grabbing Fred Hammond’s soul and then pumped out Jason Kay’s larynx, and you have a pretty good idea of the kind of sound Doxology can make..a blend of jazz fusion and soulful pop.” Ron Swarner, Editor The Weekly Volcano