About WAVY SPACE
The sweet harmonious juju that is WAVY SPACE began around a campfire in north Georgia in the summer of 2008 where melodies of one guitarist and one singer/songwriter came together to produce a righteous blend of funk, "smooth" ballads, "emotional, soulful" blues, and "butt-kicking" rock" Though strangers they were, the vocals of the reflective and fiery Shana Blake and the riffs of the funky guitarist Arrie Bozeman synchronized and synergized into the soul of the new alliance that was to come.
Shortly after the chance meeting, Bozeman excitedly moved from her hometown of Decatur, Georgia to Blakes hometown, Charlotte NC. where Blake had already built a solid reputation with the popular group The Near Misses and was judged Creative Loafing's 2001 Critic's Choice Best Female Vocalist.
Penniless but full of hope and ambition, the two recruited bassist Jeanine Conroy and drummer Jamie Brock to round out the newly formed band. The name WAVY SPACE was adopted as a metaphor for their shared belief in music as a metaphysical conduit connecting souls and expressing what words cannot.
Notoriety was quick to come as evidenced by the March 2009 signing of the group’s first single song contract for a commercial advertising jingle. A soon to be released media blitz for a national organization will feature a composition written by Blake and performed by the band. Summer 2009 saw the group opening for the one of the Charlotte Symphony's Summer Pops concert series. Keeping up the tempo, Shana, Arrie, and company are presently in the studio recording their upcoming premiere CD, Synchronic.
It is easy to see why critics quickly proclaimed WAVY SPACE one of Charlotte's (North Carolina) most promising new musical acts.
Shana Blake - Vocals
Arrie Bozeman - Guitar, Vocals
Jeanine Conroy - Bass
Jamie Brock - Drums