Always a Moment Away
"Finally back to the roots of rock, with great chords, and energy behind the vocals. Expecting great things from this band!! The next best thing to happen to the rock genre" - 944 Magazine 'A powerful record, that will keep your pulse going, & a decade from now, your ears will still be wanting it's fix for FNGF' - Gadger The Edge 103.9 Phoenix Brought together around a cultivated message of bringing back the old school rock and roll, Friday Night Gunfight, one of Arizona's most promising bands, has taken the music scene by storm. Their old school 80's rock mentality influenced by the likes of Posion, Guns & Roses and Motely Crue, really takes a fresh new look on the music they play. Recently, coming off a recording of their latest album Always A Moment Away, Friday Night Gunfight wants to show Arizona that they're music is a never ending rock party. All friends from the beginning of their music career, the band members, Matt (bass), John (drums), Gladkin (lead guitarist) and Bradlee (guitarist), all came together to form a true rock group influenced by the eighties Sunset Blvd mentality. Only missing a lead singer, Brad was brought aboard, and it was with this charismatic powerful lead singer that Friday Night Gunfight was formed. "I was in a few bands before FNGF, but my heart was never really in it, however now I feel that everyone really loves the music that we are putting out and I'm very happy," says Brad. "We are a band that is all about having fun. We love big guitars and big drums and a big sound." says lead singer Brad. The group definitely holds true to their rock and roll lifestyle message. Their audience really follows the band and feels like they are apart of the party at the show. The bands rise to success has really been an overnight success story. With the release of their EP and hard working mentality, FNGF has risen from the opener slot to the headliners position in no time. They attain that success to playing with bands that are outside of their genre, saying that it influences them and keep them on their feet, plus it brings in a more diverse crowd. "We also like playing with a diverse group of bands," says Brad, "every time we play it seems that we play with three separate scenes (music scenes) of bands, and everyone is out there for a common goal." And that common goal is reaching out to Arizona music scene and making it one rather than many. After the success of their EP, releasing songs such as "Lost", "Just a Dream," and "My Fire," Friday Night Gunfight has amassed a very large following of fellow bar rats going from show to show checking out their intense aura on stage and powerfully inspirational lyrics. Also, with seeing the groups of fans multiplying they decided to put out a full-length album that they can really sink their teeth into. The band has decided to seclude themselves into the Blue Light Media (Cory Spots) recording studio and come out with something that their fans havnt heard before. After many days Friday Night Gunfight will release their latest album, Always A Moment Away, to the public April 2008. "We are really excited about the album. It's filled with new songs that you can rock out to and really show our fans what FNGF is all about," says Brad, "However if you really want the true effect you should really come out to a show." A Friday Night Gunfight show, is all the best parts of a club atmosphere rolled up into a rock show. The atmosphere is intense, raw and loud. When the band isn't on the stage tearing up the stage is off aside the bar partying it up with their fans. Friday Night Gunfight really brings a fresh new look to glam rock, with the bands sense of high volume rock and fashion, which is bound to catch the eye of record labels from all around. With their all out mentality of rock and roll this band is ready to take off to the next level. Lead singer Brad says, "So many great things coming out for the band. The things you hear on the album will be great to see on stage. You can expect us to be here for a long-long time.'