The Well Reds are Jeremy Ezell, Torin Degnats, Rex Crawford, & Sean Crawford
Performed with: Echosmith (Warner), Daughtry (RCA), Hot Chelle Rae (RCA), Parachute (Mercury), Minus The Bear (Dangerbird Records), Andy Grammer, Grizfolk ... (among many others)
150+ performances at colleges and universities across the US. Represented by top college agent DEGY Booking International
100s of shows in more than 30 states
4th of July Performance at Fort Knox
Showcases in NY (Canal Room), LA (Roxy)
Winners of New Music Seminar Competition
Finalist In Ourstage's Season 1 of The Panel*
Multiple Performances at Red Gorilla Fest @ SXSW
* Judges: Steve Lillywhite (U2, DMB, 30 Seconds to Mars), Jason Ienner (Manager, Hot Chelle Rae fmr. of The Fray), Lee Dannay (VP of A&R, Warner/Chappell Music), Sharon Dastur (Program Director Z100, NY), Bruce Tyler (Former VP of Sony Music)
A Selection Of Press For Volume:
"Next, I listened to the song again and again... It's just magical. How "Carousels" is not a huge hit yet is really beyond me. With the qualities of a great alternative rock band (with a touch of pop), The Well Reds are all set to rival similar-genre bands like OneRepublic and Hot Chelle Rae." -Musichel
"In addition to Jeremy Ezell’s spot on talent of manipulating every songs carefully constructed lyrics into a meaningful and soul grabbing masterpiece, the underlying vocal harmonies are note for note and breath for breath in direct sync with the genius of Jeremy’s meticulous and well thought out phrasing … If I am permitted to have but one complaint, it is this: They have not as yet permeated the air waves which will instantly transform them into a household name, and I am impatient to see and hear more of them, right stinking now! But, they are about to break loose, so be forewarned." -Tune News
"The crowd was also surprisingly diverse, and it was a great turnout. The last song, “BPM (I Feel Rhythm),” was an excellent exit song—a real showstopper. The energy was incredible, solidifying The Well Reds as an exciting band, and definitely leaving a memorable impression... All in all, The Well Reds put on a great show, and we are more eager than ever to see what the band has to release in November with their album, Volume." - Music Creates Us // NY Show Review
+ coverage with Kings of A&R // A&R Report // Indie Shuffle "Do You Still Love Me" track premier (45K + plays on Sound Cloud)
KACV Amarillo TX “Under The Radar, KFMA Tucson AZ “Test Dept,” KKSM San Marcos, CA “Music Caravan,” KQKQ Omaha, NE “Ultra Modern,” KUCI Irvine, CA “The Sound Session,” WRMR Wilmington, NC “The Super Fresh New Music Show,” KTCL Denver, CO “Adventure University,” KFUV New York, NY “The Alternate Side,” WWCD Columbus, OH “Invisible Hits Hour,” WHHZ Gainesville, WXRY Unsigned Columbia, Sun 103.1 Florida Keys, 99.5 WXNR The X NC 99.5, Talk 92.1 Valdosta, WUGA The Classic 91.7, Radio 105.7, Rock 100.5 (among others)
Daughtry (RCA), Hot Chelle Rae (RCA), Parachute (Mercury Records), Minus The Bear (Dangerbird Records), Andy Grammer (S-Curve Records), Justin Moore (Valory Music Group), Need To Breathe (Atlantic), We The Kings (S-Curve Records), Kris Allen, Green River Ordinance, Matthew Mayfield, The Shadowboxers and von Grey (among others)
Additional Usage & Coverage:
MTV (Bunim/Murray Productions), Macy’s, Windows Media Player, OurStage, DiscRevolt, Delivering Happiness Tour (Zappos), Mixtape Atlanta, BMI.com, Alternative Addiction, Daily Unsigned, Two Faces Radio, Metromix Sound Check, Zillionears, Black Vinyl Magazine, Sixthman, Florida Music Festival BMI Showcase, Atlanta Film Festival, Valdosta Daily Times, New Music Seminar, The Album Project, 8Tracks, 500 Songs For Kids, Rock By The Sea 2012 & 2013, Underground Sparks, When We Speak TV (among others)
Partial Venue List: Eddieʼs Attic, Vinyl, The Loft, Masquerade, The Hard Rock Atlanta, Smithʼs Olde Bar, High Museum Of Art/Woodruff Arts Center, The Atlanta Room, Terminal West (Atlanta), 40 Watt (Athens), Tasty World (Athens), Live (Greenville), FMF (Orlando), The Backbooth (Orlando), 8th and Rail (Opelika), 12th and Porter (Nashville), Evening Muse (Charlotte), Arleneʼs Grocery (NYC), Room 5 (LA), Downstairs Live (Augusta), Jack Rabbits (Jacksonville), Bas Bleu (Valdosta), City Market (Valdosta), The Room (Clairmont), Potbellyʼs (Tallahassee), Mercy Lounge (Nashville), Roots Cafe (NYC), Honest Pint (Chattanooga), Canal Room (NYC), The Roxy Theatre (LA)
The Well Reds raised over $25,000 through Atlanta based crowd-funding platform Loudfund.
THE WELL REDS
Sophisticated and honest, alternative pop rock quartet The Well Reds are quickly gaining recognition as an Atlanta-based band to watch. Made up of Jeremy Ezell (lead vocals, guitar, keys), Torin Degnats (drums), and brothers Sean (vocals, guitars, keys) and Rex Crawford (bass), these well-dressed southern boys boast a sound reminiscent of Maroon 5, OneRepublic, Head Automatica, and Augustana. Known for their infectious melodies and polished live performances, The Well Reds engage a large and diverse audience while letting their natural and authentic chemistry shine on stage. Opening for reputable touring acts such as Daughtry, Hot Chelle Rae, Parachute, and Minus The Bear, the band has already received national exposure and admiration for their full on heart pounding rock show.
Consistently determined to connect with people through music and charity, the band has contributed to organizations such as the Songs For Kids Foundation and Rock By The Sea, dedicated to supporting charities that provide direct services to those in need. Since their inception, The Well Reds have also achieved accolades such as becoming a finalist in the Season 1 OurStage Panel as well as being announced as winners of the New Music Seminar LA “Live At The Roxy” Competition.
The Well Reds recently released their new album Volume. Produced in conjunction with Grammy Award winning Joseph Prielozny, whose urban production style and pop sensibility incorporated a variety of new sounds and instrumentation, The Well Reds create a distinct sound pallet for each song resulting in a tight and polished album that maintains their grit and raw energy. The music is earnest and cautiously optimistic, covering the highs and lows in the lives of touring musicians. With hook-laden tunes and stunning videos, Volume is grabbing attention from audiences and critics alike.