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In the beginning, or at least following the Big Bang of 1970s FM radio more than 50
years ago, there were three elements: Olympia beer, shag carpeting you can’t possibly vacuum, and unpasteurized rock and roll. Over the years, however, we have strayed from these essentials. Today, craft beer, Ruggables, and sterile, autotuned pop are contributing to the fall of mankind, but fear not for Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg intend to change things.

Like some sort of Naugahyde-dipped superheroes, Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg, a unique gathering of topnotch, working musicians, have banded together to bring back the thrill of undigitized rock n’ roll. While on its quest, the Minneapolis-based band has made it its mission to visit as many iconic studios in this great land to bring back the magic of a real rock n’ roll band tracking together in real time. “We genuinely love the ridiculousness of the 1970s—the mistakes in the songs that make them human, and the over-the-top musical moments,” emphasizes vocalist Kaity Heart.

The six-piece band then demoed its album at Pachyderm Recording Studios in CannonFalls, Minnesota where Nirvana and Soul Asylum once tracked. But the sextet eventually made a grand pilgrimage to Louisiana to officially record the 7-song album at Studio In The Country where Kansas recorded its string of platinum albums featuring “Dust In The Wind” and “Carry On Wayward Son,” and Stevie Wonder tracked his album Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants.

Joining the sextet for its maiden voyage in recording its self-titled debut is none other than American record producer and audio engineer, Ron Nevison. Ron mixed Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg, and he is known for his work with The Who, Kiss, Ozzy Osbourne, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, and Heart—many of Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg’s prime influences.
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Minneapolis, Minnesota

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About sunflowerfoxandthechickenleg

In the beginning, or at least following the Big Bang of 1970s FM radio more than 50
years ago, there were three elements: Olympia beer, shag carpeting you can’t possibly vacuum, and unpasteurized rock and roll. Over the years, however, we have strayed from these essentials. Today, craft beer, Ruggables, and sterile, autotuned pop are contributing to the fall of mankind, but fear not for Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg intend to change things.

Like some sort of Naugahyde-dipped superheroes, Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg, a unique gathering of topnotch, working musicians, have banded together to bring back the thrill of undigitized rock n’ roll. While on its quest, the Minneapolis-based band has made it its mission to visit as many iconic studios in this great land to bring back the magic of a real rock n’ roll band tracking together in real time. “We genuinely love the ridiculousness of the 1970s—the mistakes in the songs that make them human, and the over-the-top musical moments,” emphasizes vocalist Kaity Heart.

The six-piece band then demoed its album at Pachyderm Recording Studios in CannonFalls, Minnesota where Nirvana and Soul Asylum once tracked. But the sextet eventually made a grand pilgrimage to Louisiana to officially record the 7-song album at Studio In The Country where Kansas recorded its string of platinum albums featuring “Dust In The Wind” and “Carry On Wayward Son,” and Stevie Wonder tracked his album Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants.

Joining the sextet for its maiden voyage in recording its self-titled debut is none other than American record producer and audio engineer, Ron Nevison. Ron mixed Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg, and he is known for his work with The Who, Kiss, Ozzy Osbourne, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, and Heart—many of Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg’s prime influences.
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Hometown:
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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