Dublin, County Dublin
Irish Rock Band Elevation Falls sound is classic rock, mingled with blues and soul, & their performance full of movement. From raging foot stomping beats to epic drama, they sweep audiences along with them on a musical journey.
Please see your official page for all our upcoming gigs (www.ElevationFalls.com/Shows )
They are fronted by the incredibly powerful vocal talents of singer/songwriter Hazel Jade, the Warrior Queen! HJ formed the band in late 2012 & has been likened in ability to many great female singers by a number of industry professionals such as Ann Wilson and Beth Heart , but you will not mistake her vocal for any other artist.
Recent Hard Rock Rising (Hard Rock Cafe) winners in Ireland (2016), with TWO videos on rotation with all the Hard Rock Cafe venues around the world, Hazel Jade is flanked by the stunning abilities of duel guitarists Chris Young and Darragh Shields, both of whom are influenced by great electric guitar masters such as Gary Moore of Thin Lizzy & Slash. These guys are a rare combination of significant lead ability and being able to unite in force to produce an amazing blend of harmonies.
Finishing off the line up are Ally, a Braveheart Scotsman on drums, and our own Brazilian rhythm man, Gabriel Grecco on bass.
Always busy, they've performed at a number of Irish festivals such as Electric Picnic and Knockanstockan, and in 2015 they played Vantastival, UFO Festival in Croatia, and Sunflower Festival in Northern Ireland, alongside a number of smaller festivals including Indie Festival Europe in Manchester. They've gigged over the year in Belfast and UK and performed at many local events, including the Fingal Film Festival Award Ceremony in Dublin. This year they will once again feature at Sunflower Festival, and many others throughout Ireland, and are currently arranging a European tour for Autumn 2016.
Supported by a number of Irish music Industry people, including Queen of Irish Rock, Philomena Lynott who appeared in their video 'Watching Over You', Radio Presenters Roddie Cleere (KCLR), Pat Courtenay (Radio Nova) and very sadly, the late Johnny Lyons (98fm/Today FM), they are a 'class act', as they say in Ireland!
‘Origins' was their last release (Nov 2015) and one song from the album ('Goodbye to You') has been chosen as part of the soundtrack for a Canadian film heading for the film festivals in 2016 and then on general release in the late summer. They've also recently signed an exclusive publishing deal with GD78 Music for their song 'Watching Over You'
Currently they're putting down latest tunes for a brand new EP for release in mid-August 2016