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    Environment:†Dave and lead guitarist Mick met at Music College early 2001 and were joined by Hami on bass and Chris on drums. By the end of 2001, the band had played support slots with bands such as The Supernaturals and Dirty Harry. November 2001 also saw the band record and release a 6-track demo mini album ‚??Tales‚?Ě. In February 2002, Stillife, along with 4 other bands, auditioned for a support slot at American Rockers‚??, Puddle of Mudd debut London gig. They were beaten by a band from London called Nutonic, who they struck up a friendship with, and later in the year, gigged with at various venues in the UK. A charity event in the Glasgow Barrowlands Ballroom in front of a 1500 strong crowd for SAE College and appearing at the Ross Bandstand stage in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, live on cable T.V. and on the web during the Edinburgh Festival were just a few of the highlights for 2003. Another recording, this time Nashville producer Jake Nicely and Lori Skilling mixed new songs ‚??Rising Sun‚?Ě and ‚??A Word to the Wise‚?Ě for the 2003 demo. Gigs in London with Nutonic and at home in Scotland where the band played in front of a sell out crowd at the legendary King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, supporting The Subways. Stillife also recorded ‚??The Gravity Sessions‚?Ě ep - 3 tracks recorded over 3 days at Gravity Studios in Glasgow, engineered, mixed and produced by Brian McNeil. Songs on the CD are ‚??Scratch the Surface‚?Ě, ‚??Down‚?Ě and ‚??Fortyfive‚?Ě. More gigs to promote the then recently recorded ‚??Gravity Sessions‚?Ě e.p. in 2004 and into 2005 followed by an entry into the Emergenza unsigned band competition which saw the band get to the semi-final. Also the band were short-listed from over 700 entrants for the Radio 1 and Tennents sponsored T-Break showcases. Recently the band supported Staind at the Garage in Glasgow and have numerous gigs lined up for 2006.
    Additional Comments:†Rock, Classic Rock
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