About The Deceptions
In an age of music riddled with presorted brands names, the Deceptions persistently strive to avoid catering to the latest trends in commercial music. With nearly five decades of combined professional experience, the members of this quartet individually discovered moderate success with various bands amid the college circuit in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia. In 2005, this eclectic ensemble of artists converged, and have been unwavering in their committment to the revitalization of original American roots rock and roll.
With a distinct fusion of folk, roots, and pop, the music of the Deceptions captivates the audience with mature lyrics and diverse musicality. Their music remains unpredicatble, and their original catalog ranges from ethereal pop-driven epics to folk style sing-a-longs. Their sound is influenced by a number of artists including Neil Young, Wilco, the Counting Crows, Social Distortion, and John Mellencamp.
The Deceptions possess a natural ability to produce mature, original compositions. Their ability to entertain never ceases to draw in an audience that always seems eager to go back for more.