Suns of March are five guys who have combined to form a band that has delighted tens of thousands across the Southeast and sold thousands of CD's.
Suns of March skillfully blend their talents to create a unique, yet familiar sound. The group's stage presence guarantees that everyone will take notice and listen. What else would you expect from a group that has shared the stage with such greats as Brad Cotter, Brother Cane, Diamond Rio, Edwin Mccain, Joan Jett, Buckcherry, Josh Turner, The Kicks, Lance Miller, Loverboy, Matt Lindahl, and McQueen Street?
There is no substitute for seeing Suns of March perform live. However, if you are unable to catch a performance, you can check out the band's newest album, Bulletproof Heart. The album contains eleven songs. Like chapters form novels, these songs combine to form more than just 3-minute statements but rather a story, an idea, and philosophy; thus, the band did not simply write songs, but an album.
"Suns of March" produced the CD themselves. Jeff Tomei (Matchbox 20, Smashing Pumpkins, Jerry Cantrell) mixed Bulletproof Heart while Rodney Mills (Pearl Jam, REM, Journey) mastered it. Another element arose from the making of the disc; Eddie Wohlford joined the band on piano and organ. Eddie has played with such stars as Beth Neilson Chapman and Styx guitarist Tommy Shaw.
Suns of March is doing it their way. No selling out just pure, soul felt music. They often perform a substantial amount of covers in their shows and can do all original or cover. The songs are their interpretation of their favorite songs by their favorite artists. They have a great time performing and the crowd always enjoys the show immensely. They have performed all cover shows for Govenor Bob Riley, The Alabama Homebuilders Association, The Alabama Trucking Association, The Montgomery Bicuits Professional Baseball Team, and countless other associations and wedding buyers.