About Saturn Valley
Saturn Valley formed in 2013 when guitarist Nick Jones joined the jam trio featuring bassist Charlie Ferrell, drummer Zach Webster and keyboardist Chris Freiberg. Christian McDaniel officially signed on for percussion shortly after, completing the group’s current instrument line-up. After recording their first album, which was released in November 2014, local Athens musician Scott Andrews took over on bass. Hailing from the fertile, music hub of Athens, Ga., the band has quickly developed a distinct, improvisatory style with jazz, funk, synth-pop and heavy prog influences. Their debut album, “On The Rings,” is a fully instrumental project that features a collaboration of ideas the band has produced over the past few years. With heavy, space-grooves and synth-laden jams, a Valley show is always sure to be a unique, cosmic experience.
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