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The rock quartet that is The Fallen Electric started out in 2012. They would quickly find out that shaking up the scene in Southern California’s Inland Empire as a formerly three-piece alternative rock band was no easy feat. The guys would play anywhere they could. As they progressed, they would jam to guilty pleasures that would draw nostalgic children of the ‘90s to the shows while sprinkling in an increasing original musical playlist throughout their set.
The Fallen Electric has had success hitting the local bar scene maintaining a loyal fan base wherever they go and spreading the enthusiasm and love of rock and roll. Just recently, the boys shook up the lineup and became a four-piece band to round out the rough edges.
Anticipation for their freshman album, Never Seen the World (2018), would be the catalyst for their exposure to new crowds. Drawing from their alternative roots and grungy influences, band members Jimmy Ganzer (Vocals/Guitar), Drew Barber (Bass/Vocals), Travis Minardi (Drums/Percussion), and Joe Carrillo (Guitar/Vocals) aim to fuse this unprocessed energy with the new scene. Their catchy hooks and honest lyrics are an open invitation for anyone to get lost down this road with them—and they’re just getting started.