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Alter Bridge

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Alter Bridge's debut album (2004's One Day Remains) was a radio-friendly hard rock album that sounded almost exactly how its ingredients suggested: Creed with a better singer. Not until 2007's Blackbird did singer Myles Kennedy become more fully integrated into the band - taking a bigger role in the songwriting as well as additional guitar playing - and on the recently released AB III, Alter Bridge are hardly the same band they were on their debut, much less a derivative of Creed. The group's talent is on full display throughout: Kennedy's ever-impressive vocal range, Mark Tremonti's frenetic yet skillfull guitar solos, and the rock-solid rhythm section of drummer Scott Phillips and bassist Brian Marshall.






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Alter Bridge's debut album (2004's One Day Remains) was a radio-friendly hard rock album that sounded almost exactly how its ingredients suggested: Creed with a better singer. Not until 2007's Blackbird did singer Myles Kennedy become more fully integrated into the band - taking a bigger role in the songwriting as well as additional guitar playing - and on the recently released AB III, Alter Bridge are hardly the same band they were on their debut, much less a derivative of Creed. The group's talent is on full display throughout: Kennedy's ever-impressive vocal range, Mark Tremonti's frenetic yet skillfull guitar solos, and the rock-solid rhythm section of drummer Scott Phillips and bassist Brian Marshall.







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