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    The Redwalls

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    1Home lyrics
    2How The Story Goes lyrics
    3Back Together lyrics
    4Colorful Revolution lyrics
    5Front Page lyrics
    6Thank You lyrics
    7Build a Bridge lyrics
    8It's Alright lyrics
    9Love Her lyrics
    10Falling Down lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1De Nova [2005]
    2The Redwalls [2007]
    3Universal Blues [2003]


    The Redwalls is a four-piece rock band from Deerfield, a suburb of Chicago, Illinois, United States. Highly influenced by The Beatles, they have released two albums: Universal Blues and De Nova. They are composed of Logan Baren on vocals and guitar, Justin Baren on vocals and bass, Andrew Langer on guitar and background vocals, and Ben Greeno on drums.

    The Redwalls were originally named The Pages, and the band was formed by brothers Logan and Justin Baren and their longtime friend Andrew Langer. The Pages struggled to find a permanent drummer in its beginning phases. The first drummer to which they recorded their demo was Deerfield High School classmate Matt Pais. With Matt, the band played shows at a local bar named Pops. Upon entering college, Matt left the band and The Pages added drummer Jordan Kozer. With Jordan, the band continued to play small shows. They were originally a cover band that played British invasion rock songs, but they decided to write their own music after a few months. They recorded their first studio album, Universal Blues, on independent label Undertow Music. Before the album was released, Ken Coomer sent a demo of the band to Capitol Records, who signed the band. After recording the album, Kozer decided to attend DePaul University, and The Pages brought in drummer Ben Greeno to replace Kozer.

    As they were signing with Capitol, the label requested that they change their name to The Redwalls, and the band abided. Capitol released their already-finished album on Undertow under the new name. Capitol Records released their follow-up album and major label debut De Nova in June 2005. Their first single, "Thank You", was performed on Late Night with Conan O'Brien on June 21, 2005. They later performed "Build a Bridge" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. They spent the summers of 2005 and 2006 opening for Oasis, and played at Lollapalooza in both years.

    On February 22, 2007 it was reported that the band were dropped from Capitol Records, as a result of the impending merger with Virgin Records. Capitol gave The Redwalls the rights to an album that they recorded in 2006 for free upon the band's dismissal. They released an EP entitled 'Wall to Wall Sessions' in May 2007.

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