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In order to start a band or group, it takes more than just talent. Recently, we spoke with The Well Reds, at Taproom Coffee in Atlanta, before their performance at the Kirkwood Spring Fling. They refer to their band as not just a business but a “family“.
The Well Reds have crafted a sophisticated alternative pop-rock sound that resonates in listeners’ ears. Made up of Jeremy Ezell, Torin Degnats, and brothers Sean and Rex Crawford, the Atlanta-based quartet has become known for their infectious melodies and polished live performances, which landed the band a management deal with Moniker Music Group earlier this year.