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Love Song for No One
  • Artist: Pitchlarooche
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101053549
  • Item #: SRD105354
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 7/12/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Love Song for No One on CD

BAND BIO Pitchlarooche is an up and coming North County Band which started three years ago in a friend's Escondido garage. With only two of it's original existing members, singer/songwriter/guitarist Jonathan Pitcher (19 yrs) and his brother, bass player, Levi Pitcher (16 yrs), Pitchlarooche moves forward. Although the band has endured many growing pains in the past they have now settled into their own. With the addition in February 2004 of Albanian concert cellist Erdis Maxhelaku, (24 yrs), Pitchlarooche discovered it's depth and dimension. Then finding themselves abruptly without a drummer in October of that same year they stumbled upon naturally talented Jordan Cronin (19yrs). Pitchlarooche is now releasing their self produced first full length CD entitled 'Love Song for No One'. Every song on this CD is different in style and stands alone. With acoustic, rock, jazz, and pop influences the band has self titled their genre 'eclectic rock'. The band's name always seems to be a topic of discussion, although it really doesn't mean anything. The first part 'pitch' is derived from the names of the two brothers and 'larooche' is just a made up word that started with the original drummer and just stuck. Although no one ever seems to be able to read it, spell it or pronounce it; the band finds security in knowing that they will never have to change their name because another band had it first. Although Pitchlarooche would love to expand with keyboards, female vocals and maybe even horns one day, they are content today in knowing who they are right now.