"With a sound as diverse and creatively unique as the land itself, 38 ACRES takes us from resting in the quiet valleys to soaring over the highest peaks and all the spaces in between."
Asking me to describe the sound of 38 Acres is like asking someone to lie on their backs in the green grass and describe the ever-changing formation of clouds as they pass overhead. Key word..."ever-changing". If you're looking for P.O.D., they're not it. If you're looking for Matchbox 20, they're not it, either. If you're looking for David Crowder Band, Coldplay, Tomlin, Sister Hazel (this list could go on and on)...nope. However, if you're looking for something that's a mix of all of these and then some, 38 Acres has your ticket.
"Their driving rhythms, melodic guitars, and deep expressive lyrics take us on a pilgrimage following the river of life as it rushes over boulders and slows into the deep still pools of contemplation."
I suppose the diversity heard in the music of 38 Acres could be attributed to the diversity of the bandmates themselves: a butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker... OK, maybe not. More like a couple computer analysts, a worship leader/carpenter, a wine consultant, a college student, a stay-at-home mom??? (You could also throw in an electronic engineer for good measure.) What in the world could these individuals have in common? The answer? 38 ACRES.
"Writing what they live, the different backgrounds and experiences of these sojourners blend to produce a song repertoire that ranges from the broken posture of 'It's You', to the anthemic opener "New Way", to the quirky humor that frequently invades their live shows (as well as their Freshman release via a hidden track) in the form of a yodel."
Where might you get the opportunity to experience this band that calls itself 38 Acres? You could catch them at an annual fall festival in their hometown park, formerly known as "38 Acres". You might hear them while you're standing in line for a coaster at Six Flags Great America. It's possible that you catch them at a club in Chicago on a Saturday night and then wake up to them at a church in the burbs on Sunday morning. On your radio? Streaming online? At your venue? Wherever.
So, the next time you find yourself lying on your back gazing up at the ever-changing formation of clouds in a clear blue sky, be reminded...38 Acres is sorta like that.
Education| Posted April 23, 2016
These profiles of the artists can be great because I seen a lot of profiles of the artists and all of them looked great to me. I wish I can also able to become a research paper writers in my life and able to make my name in this whole world.