Another Seven Days
Singer/songwriter Hank Decken has spent most of his life playing music. After spending his early years playing is various bands in New Jersey and New England, Decken took the reins in Rosie, playing more than 300 dates a year and attracting the attention of the country and producer Chris Tsangarides (Ozzy Osbourne, Thin Lizzy, Concrete Blonde). Rosie evolved into Nevada Beach, a hard-hitting rock band that released two albums on the Warner Brothers subsidiary, Metal Blade. Nevada Beach's second release, Zero Day, garnered the Headbanger's Ball favorite 'Waiting For An Angel,' playing for 16 weeks. Nevada Beach continued Rosie's heavy tour schedule, which was joined by extensive radio support and media coverage. The breakup of Nevada Beach led Hank back to his roots in the regional r&b rock band Ring, releasing the album Centrifuge. Most recently, Hank has found himself playing under his own name, surrounded by friends and family in The Hardline: Geoff Safford, Mark Olson, Travis Barton, and Scott Shuster. His latest efforts combine reflections of the past with the philosophy and sometimes sardonic perspective of lessons learned.