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Dogwood

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Biography

The well-oiled machine known as Dogwood has been bringing misery to soundmen and venue owners for almost eight years now. We have our six-stringed wizardry by way of Daniel Montoya, who commands the searing riffs and power chords to spew forth from his axe with unbridled assault. At the low end of the battlefield, we have Rob Hann on Bass, who caresses the smoothness and science that such a lovely instrument deserves. To add to this team of specialists, we have an extraordinarily adept drummer, who performs beats which make you feel like he is slapping you in the chest with a Buick, then makes you think you are floating face up in the Caspian Sea after a torrential downpour. My name is Josh Kemble, and my job is the singing and barbecuing. Dogwood is comprised of four men who love life and love to play music.

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Top Songs

Total plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
  1.  
    Lyrics
    Superficial nature wearing thin
    I can't seem to begin
    What really do I see
    When I stare back at me?
    As crushing time reveals my foe
    Building A Better Me  -  22,858 plays
  2.  
    Lyrics
    Faith like a rock, the size of a seed
    Eternal life, it's all you need
    Work Your will, my life is Yours
    Rejoice in You, Lord
    My faith in You will never die
    Never Die  -  17,479 plays
  3.  
    Lyrics
    There was a time that I was fine,
    (I swear that everything was fine)
    But it just covered all the lies.
    I didn't know that everything would change.
    I was lost in my own world.
    The Good Times  -  13,107 plays
  4.  
    Lyrics
    The darkness falls upon the trees at night
    My voices say it's time to feed my own sight
    Further from sane, I cannot move again
    Engulfed in dread it's breaking up my life
    Going forward, I learn from my mistakes
    Conscience in a Cave  -  14,841 plays
  5.  
    Lyrics
    Independent, I leave you now
    To drown in desolation
    Oblivious to no one
    Perpetual comparison
    You realized when I left
    Suffer  -  10,944 plays
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