Bipolar Echo is a modern rock band, fusing anthemic melodic hard rock, metal, and an occasional touch of prog, and they have earned a reputation as a band that will satisfy even the pickiest of audiences. Even the legendary Steve Lukather raved "NICE!!! Really good man. You have a great sound... have all the sh#t together." The band reveals its heavy side with a touch of prog with the time changing "What I Thought," or key modulations and tension of "Weird Days." Meanwhile Amber‚s soaring vocals anchor the band‚s harmonies in "Sorry For You" as she proclaims "I don't feel sorry for you, you've made your own decisions," reflecting the band's hard working attitude, and disdain for whiney entitlement. "Barbie Doll" brings a funky element with Amber‚s ever present sassy vocal delivery. The rhythm section is always laced with Kevin‚s guitar gymnastics dancing around the groove and crunch laid down by Michael and Tiny.
Whether opening for REO Speedwagon in front of thousands, Headlining the Barta Bash, or rocking a club, the Echo is equally at home. Currently Bipolar Echo is promoting and gigging in support of their debut EP "Weird Days," which was mixed and co-produced by the legendary Beau Hill, and is available on Itunes and most digital retail outlets now. The first single "What I Thought" has also been selected for inclusion on Roadrunner Records' "Best of Signmeto" digital sampler which is sent to Roadrunner's over 500,000 email subscribers.
Bipolar Echo is: Amber Hollis-Fesmire - Vocals, Keyboards Michael Kennedy - Drums Ramiro "Tiny" Rosalez - Bass Guitar, Vocals Kevin Wale - Lead Guitar, Vocals