The Analog Age
New to the streets, The Analog Age have quickly gained a following in the St. John’s music scene. Just six short months since their debut, they have already participated and performed in numerous shows with names like Allan Doyle and Matt Mays, and recorded a five track EP. Most recently, they showcased at the 2016 MusicNL awards weekend in Bonavista NL. Their charisma, talent and passion displayed during each performance has quickly built this power trio momentum with absolutely no signs of slowing down.
Though new to the music scene in St. John’s, each member of The Analog Age is no stranger to the stage.
Dan George is a music educator and still looks for new ways to grow as not only a drummer, but as an artist. Dan has studied with a number of drummers, most recently including Blake Richardson of the band “Between The Buried And Me”. Dan is one of St. John’s “go to” drummers, and has played for a number of prominent up and coming Canadian artists including MusicNL award winners, and Juno nominated “The Fortunate Ones”, and MusicNL award winner Sherman Downey. In 2015, Dan formed a duo with Juno Nominated Kellie Loder entitled “The Unlikely Seas”. The duo’s debut performance was showcased at the 2015 East Coast Music Awards Week. Since The Unlikely Seas disbanded, Dan turned his attention back toward his roots in rock and roll. In early 2016 he and Lucas Hanrahan, along with Hammer Clark formed The Analog Age.
Hammer Clark’s background originated in the metal scene, but he has spent two years touring across Canada and the United States as the bassist with Lauren Mann And The Fairly Odd Folk of Brooks, Alberta. They have been on the road across North America and back. In 2014 the band won the CBC Searchlight competition. After taking a break from touring, Hammer decided to move back home to Newfoundland where he joined up with Dan George and Lucas Hanrahan who had newly formed The Analog Age.
Lucas Hanrahan is a completely self taught musician. He is the main writing influence behind the music of The Analog Age and has quickly become a very respected musician among the St. John’s music scene.
The Analog Age’s sound has been described as pure rock and roll. The guitar driven songs make for instant classics and will leave you wanting more.