Since its inception in January 2004, the band known as Tremor has evolved from a basement rock band into a force to be reckoned with in the Philadelphia music scene. A musician want-ad started things that winter. A few jam sessions and basement shows later, Tremor emerged onto the Philadelphia music scene for the first time that April in a South Street bar. After the ovation and feedback they received, the four decided to take the band to the next level and have never looked back.
There was a purpose to playing and writing music. The boys played more and more shows, learning from their experiences. Tremor began to make a name for themselves with both the venues and the bands they shared the stage with. Through lulls, roadblocks, and hurdles, the boys continued to grow and evolve as musicians, and as a band.
They are now who you see before you today: a band hell bent on being heard. Turning heads and creating a stir wherever they play has become their staple. Tremor is frontman Mark Tartaglia from South Philadelphia, guitarist Sean O'Brien from Woodbury, NJ, drummer Matt Harrington from Thorofare, NJ, bassist Dan Taylor from South Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia/South Jersey based band produces a straight-up hard rock sound with so many influences being meshed together alongside raw talent, their music can be appreciated by all audiences. Tremor truly has a diverse and versatile sound that continues to evolve into something new and great. They simply create music that their audience will remember well after the show is over. The young Tremor continues to strive to make an IMPACT on the Philadelphia music scene.
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