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Hidden Gems in music: Fall and Rise



With Christmas in the books and  the new year fast approaching we can often become overwhelmed with events and parties sometimes causing us to forget the task at hand.

That being said we apologize that December’s edition of Hidden Gems in music is so late but you know what they say, better late then never right?

For this edition we bring you a band from Mentone/Redlands California called Fall and Rise. They’re a 4 piece band consisting of Bobby Watts: Rhythm guitar and vocals, Joe Molina: Lead guitar and backing vocals, Joey Azure Sanders: Bass and Mark Molina: Drums

Fall and rise have been playing music together since 2011 and have already played in some of the most well known venues of Southern California such as the House of Blues Anaheim and Chain reaction.

The bands cover of Justin Beiber’s what do you mean has already surpassed 18,000 views on YouTube and their originals are surpassing the 13,000 mark.

Behind every good band there is good equipment managers and Fall and Rise’s buddy Chad Beckley is no different. The guys know that Chad has done so much for them so his efforts should not go unnoticed.

We here at know the guys of Fall and Rise personally.  We can honestly say they’re going places, and it couldn’t be more deserving. The dudes are humble and mega talanted.

There are so many choices when it comes to picking a good Fall and Rise song to share with you all but ultimately we decided on sharing their original Look me in the eyes 

which you can grab on ITunes here:  you can also listen to the track via Spotify.

You can keep up to date with everything Fall and Rise via Instagram @Fallandriseoffical and on Twitter @Fallandriseband

The band is expected to have a new album out soon so be on the look out for that. Until then enjoy the music.

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