Max Creek:Max Creek are true pioneers of the electric rock jam, with four decades of experience launching musical adventures with a rich repertoire of originals and uniquely interpreted gems. Each set is a journey for audience and band alike, chasing muses without a net and bringing it all back home to the roots again.
Featured in Relix magazine as up and coming artists, Gridline has been nationally recognized as something of a rarity amongst today's music scene. In a recent interview, Break Through Radio calls Gridline "[a group that's] not afraid to funk your brains out". Three years in the making, Gridline has been captivating audiences with their high energy original compositions and spontaneous live performances.
"A sound doused in characteristic energy"
"Funky as dog shit!"
Joe Ferry (Grammy Award winning producer of The Skattalites / Dr. John)
"Anybody who grooves like that must be doing something right!"
Lawrence "LAW" Worrell (Amy Winehouse / George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic)
"These guys are for real, will keep you on your feet and totally satisfy that need for experiencing actual humans interacting and just plain rocking out!"
Peter Denenberg (Grammy Award Winning Producer of The Spin Doctors)
"Persistent, Intense, Groovy... Now hear this!"
Joel Thome (Frank Zappa)
Gridline finds its core in Dan Kottmann (vocals, guitar), Andrew Yanchyshyn (vocals, bass) and Zach Schepis (vocals, guitar), graduates of SUNY Purchase, along with New School graduate Neal Spitzer (saxophones, EWI) and Berklee College of Music graduate Robbie Elder (drums). Having opened for artists such as Iggy Azalea, Galactic, Kung Fu and The Nigel Hall Band, the band continues to set their sights higher and higher.