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doylestown, PA
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Portrait of Prophets in Stereo
Prophets in Stereo is a Bucks County based band formed in the late summer of 2008. Singer and songwriter James Seward, guitarist Christ Covatta, bassist Ben Cleal and drummer Dan Quill quickly developed a unique and progressive sound reminiscent of their multitude of influences, primarily bluegrass, jazz and rock. The project is songwriter James Seward’s first endeavor into a full band scenario since releasing two critically acclaimed folk albums with Steve Garvey of the legendary punk band The Buzzcocks. Prophets in Stereo recorded their first record full length album in the winter of 2009, which was produced by Andrew Weiss, whose credits include Ween, and the Rollins Band. Prophets in stereo will also have two songs, "About to Break" and "For You" from our CD featured in a Documentary called 'When Jane & Johnny Come Marching Homeless' It's documentary about the many issues our veterans face when they return 'home' from war and military service. In addition to the movie, Prophets in stereo will also be featured on a compilation cd with Bruce Springsteen, Beck, Pete Yorn and various other great talents. The cd is going to help raise funds for soldiers returning from war who need rehabilitation.