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THE SADE

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THE SADE are a trio, hailing from the north east of Italy. They were born in the summer of 2008, thanks to Andrew Pozzy (former bass player and now guitar player of OJM) and Mark Kimberly, who at that time was playing in a Motörhead tribute band. The original idea was creating an OJM side project, in order for Andrew to practice guitar, which he had played in the band Ashtones, before joining OJM as a bass player. The duo was soon joined by Mat Zoombie, former drummer of Zoo.

After unsuccessfully auditioning several singers, Andrew himself picked up the mic and became the singer, guitarist and irreplaceable songwriter in the band. The Sade immediately kicked off and played a number of crowded and warmly welcomed gigs in their area.

In 2009, after many live shows and counting about ten tracks in their whole repertoire, they set about making their first EP, recorded and mixed by Franz Fabiano and produced by Andrew Pozzy. This self produced ep contained 5 tracks that summed up the band’s first year and as soon as it was ready they started a series of promotional live shows all over Italy, sharing the stage with many italian and foreign bands (The Lords of Altamont, Atomic Workers, Paperback Freud, Brant Bjork, OJM, Dollhouse, Small Jackets, Frigidaire Tango, Thee S.T.P. among others) and opening for the Misfits and Gilby Clarke (ex Guns N’ Roses). The tour ended in the summer of 2010 and the band concentrated on writing and arranging new tracks.

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