Elk Grove, CA
To put it in Facebook terms, Method Echo would be listed as “In A Relationship with Music.” United by a common goal to outdo themselves musically night after night whether on stage, in the studio, or hashing it out in rehearsal, the goal is simple: always strive to be better than you were the day before.
An edgy blend of soul, pop, rock, rooted in contemporary gospel, this diverse Sacramento band takes pride in the musical chemistry and personal friendships formed over ten plus years of making music together in one way or another.
“A lot of people might be surprised to learn that we met and started playing together in the church,” front man Josh Guerrero explains. “All four of us came from such different musical backgrounds. It provided a great foundation musically, and helped us to develop a sound that was unique and original.”
In a time where one cookie cutter band after another watches their five minutes of fame come and go, Guerrero, keyboardist Daniel Herrera, and the Moore brothers Chris and David on bass and drums respectively never want to stop being students of their individual musical crafts.
“I’m captivated by hearing other’s stories,” Guerrero admits. “When I’m writing lyrics I almost always end up taking a good look at what’s going on in the lives of those around me. It helps me to relate”
If at first listen, you’re not quite sure which genre Method Echo would be listed under in your iTunes folder, don’t be discouraged. “We know our sound isn’t easily defined,” Herrera explains, “but we know that when you come to a Method Echo show you’ll walk away singing the words, and tapping your feet having seen and experienced something unique.”
Incapable of conformity, and refreshingly grateful for the opportunity to live out a collective passion, Method Echo steps on stage with three goals… make you dance, make you smile, and always leave you wanting one more song.