The Raven Charter - Our Reverb Nation Featured Artist 

The Raven Charter Website

Genre: Rock

Members: Garrett-Vocals, Brandon-Guitar/Vocals, Daniel-Guitar/Vocals, Erik-Keys/Acoustic Guitar/Vocals, Sosa - Bass/Vocals, Brian -Drums

Sounds Like: Coheed and Cambria, Thrice, Incubus, Protest The Hero, Dream Theater

Are you ready to rock? You need to ask yourself that question first before jumping aboard this musical locomotive called The Raven Charter. This a very talented band at all positions.
The lead vocals are incredibly strong and the musicianship is top notch. They cover some ground with their music... going from rock, to more heavy sounds with a metal edge and some progressive elements become obvious to add even more flavor to their sound.

The Raven Charter is a band to get excited about. I certainly feel they have a bright future ahead of them.

Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck-Founder

April 26, 2013


Artist Bio:

Formerly out of Denton Texas, The Raven Charter is a Dallas-based progressive rock group who has been a part of the growing DFW scene since 2005. Pulling influences from a diverse spectrum of musical styles has been a big part The Raven Charter's ability to create their own signature sound. Being able to transition from a progressive, odd-meter break-down into a sexy groove or spacey riff is something The Raven Charter executes in an interesting yet charismatic way. Every song has a different niche and a different vibe.The Raven Charter actively tries to expose the audience to a genre of progressive rock that they wouldn't normally experience. The combination of Daniel Baskind's liquid shredding, Garrett Bond's versatile vocal range, and the very tightness of the rhythm section give The Raven Charter the ability to mold any type of sound out of their songs. But the defining characteristic of The Raven Charter is their live show. Intense and air-tight this band is an unstoppable force upon the stage. The group has had airplay on DFW's 102.1 The Edge's Local Show, 105.3 The Fan, The Planet in Stephenville, on Whskey Boy Radio, and online. If you ever have the opportunity to see The Raven Charter live, take it and experience this spectacle for yourself.

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