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The Gecko Club + Guitar-Pop for a World Gone Mad

“Guitar-pop for a world gone mad....singable melodies, memorable hooks, and big guitars all wrapped up in the catchiest songs you’ll ever hear”.

The Gecko Club released their debut album "Tokens. Trash, or Tarot Cards" in 2000. The album received excellent critical reviews and was sonically compared to a blend of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Smashing Pumpkins, the Waterboys, the Replacements, and the Posies. The album showcases both bombastic power-pop and gentle acoustic songs, both styles highlighting a strong command of melody and lyrics - ... Read more

The Gecko Club + Guitar-Pop for a World Gone Mad

“Guitar-pop for a world gone mad....singable melodies, memorable hooks, and big guitars all wrapped up in the catchiest songs you’ll ever hear”.

The Gecko Club released their debut album "Tokens. Trash, or Tarot Cards" in 2000. The album received excellent critical reviews and was sonically compared to a blend of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Smashing Pumpkins, the Waterboys, the Replacements, and the Posies. The album showcases both bombastic power-pop and gentle acoustic songs, both styles highlighting a strong command of melody and lyrics - both strong enough to engage the listener from start to finish. Fan favorites from the album include "Merry Merry", "KellyAnne Sometimes", "Fall", "the Present", "Box of Clay" and "Lighthouse".

The Gecko Club returned with a vengeance on their second album, effectively titled "Evergreen". While their first release set an impressive bar on the indie guitar-pop scene, "Evergreen" amped up just about everything up a notch and achieved stunning results.

From the guitar-pop smash of tracks "Sixteen Different Ways", "Kaleidoscope", and "Pretty Victoria" to the deceptively delicate lure of the title track and the bombastic closer "Breaking the Well", the album challenges the listener to feel both tense and pensive as the band presents an impressive sonic ride through the land where melody is king.

"Had a Secret" and "Kaleidoscope" both achieved the number 1 chart position and hall of fame status on the Evolving Artist Network/Engage Internet Radio, as well as significant airplay on other indie stations throughout the country.

The Gecko Club routinely plays in the Chicago area. Frontman Andrew D. Huber has also released two acoustic folk-rock solo albums and frequently plays solo shows throughout the Great Lakes border states (IL, MN, and WI principally).

The Gecko Club is currently working on their third album.

Email: geckoclub@aol.com

URLs:
www.myspace.com/thegeckoclub
www.cdbaby.com/Northlight
www.andrewdhuber.com
www.geckoclub.com
www.northlightrecords.com
www.twitter.com/thegeckoclub
www.facebook.com/thegeckoclub&andrewdhuber

(C) 2010 The Gecko Club

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The Gecko Club + Guitar-Pop for a World Gone Mad

“Guitar-pop for a world gone mad....singable melodies, memorable hooks, and big guitars all wrapped up in the catchiest songs you’ll ever hear”.

The Gecko Club released their debut album "Tokens. Trash, or Tarot Cards" in 2000. The album received excellent critical reviews and was sonically compared to a blend of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Smashing Pumpkins, the Waterboys, the Replacements, and the Posies. The album showcases both bombastic power-pop and gentle acoustic songs, both styles highlighting a strong command of melody and lyrics - both strong enough to engage the listener from start to finish. Fan favorites from the album include "Merry Merry", "KellyAnne Sometimes", "Fall", "the Present", "Box of Clay" and "Lighthouse".

The Gecko Club returned with a vengeance on their second album, effectively titled "Evergreen". While their first release set an impressive bar on the indie guitar-pop scene, "Evergreen" amped up just about everything up a notch and achieved stunning results.

From the guitar-pop smash of tracks "Sixteen Different Ways", "Kaleidoscope", and "Pretty Victoria" to the deceptively delicate lure of the title track and the bombastic closer "Breaking the Well", the album challenges the listener to feel both tense and pensive as the band presents an impressive sonic ride through the land where melody is king.

"Had a Secret" and "Kaleidoscope" both achieved the number 1 chart position and hall of fame status on the Evolving Artist Network/Engage Internet Radio, as well as significant airplay on other indie stations throughout the country.

The Gecko Club routinely plays in the Chicago area. Frontman Andrew D. Huber has also released two acoustic folk-rock solo albums and frequently plays solo shows throughout the Great Lakes border states (IL, MN, and WI principally).

The Gecko Club is currently working on their third album.

Email: geckoclub@aol.com

URLs:
www.myspace.com/thegeckoclub
www.cdbaby.com/Northlight
www.andrewdhuber.com
www.geckoclub.com
www.northlightrecords.com
www.twitter.com/thegeckoclub
www.facebook.com/thegeckoclub&andrewdhuber

(C) 2010 The Gecko Club

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The Gecko Club + Guitar-Pop for a World Gone Mad

“Guitar-pop for a world gone mad....singable melodies, memorable hooks, and big guitars all wrapped up in the catchiest songs you’ll ever hear”.

The Gecko Club released their debut album "Tokens. Trash, or Tarot Cards" in 2000. The album received excellent critical reviews and was sonically compared to a blend of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Smashing Pumpkins, the Waterboys, the Replacements, and the Posies. The album showcases both bombastic power-pop and gentle acoustic songs, both styles highlighting a strong command of melody and lyrics - both strong enough to engage the listener from start to finish. Fan favorites from the album include "Merry Merry", "KellyAnne Sometimes", "Fall", "the Present", "Box of Clay" and "Lighthouse".

The Gecko Club returned with a vengeance on their second album, effectively titled "Evergreen". While their first release set an impressive bar on the indie guitar-pop scene, "Evergreen" amped up just about everything up a notch and achieved stunning results.

From the guitar-pop smash of tracks "Sixteen Different Ways", "Kaleidoscope", and "Pretty Victoria" to the deceptively delicate lure of the title track and the bombastic closer "Breaking the Well", the album challenges the listener to feel both tense and pensive as the band presents an impressive sonic ride through the land where melody is king.

"Had a Secret" and "Kaleidoscope" both achieved the number 1 chart position and hall of fame status on the Evolving Artist Network/Engage Internet Radio, as well as significant airplay on other indie stations throughout the country.

The Gecko Club routinely plays in the Chicago area. Frontman Andrew D. Huber has also released two acoustic folk-rock solo albums and frequently plays solo shows throughout the Great Lakes border states (IL, MN, and WI principally).

The Gecko Club is currently working on their third album.

Email: geckoclub@aol.com

URLs:
www.myspace.com/thegeckoclub
www.cdbaby.com/Northlight
www.andrewdhuber.com
www.geckoclub.com
www.northlightrecords.com
www.twitter.com/thegeckoclub
www.facebook.com/thegeckoclub&andrewdhuber

(C) 2010 The Gecko Club

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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