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NEVERWONDER bring their unique modern rock sound to the Tap House in Huntington Beach, competing in the second round of the $10K Battle of the Bands, Thur, Sept. 19.
By: Doug Deutsch   |  Email: dougdeutschpr@gmail.com

Competing In The Second Round Of The "$10K Battle Of The Bands" 
-Thursday, September 19 - The Tap House in Huntington Beach- 
"On 'Really Let It Out,' vocalist/lyricist Alima Soul and band (Andres and Vincent Ramos, Scott Ramsey) tear it up on some cool-sounding pop-rock with lots of soul blended in...great vocals and lyrics, and the band members are a perfect match for each other. I believe this band can achieve much more success on a larger scale."


(HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.) -  SoCal modern rock band NEVERWONDER compete in the second round of the $10K Battle Of The Bands, at The Tap House, 8901 Warner Ave., Huntington Beach, Thursday, September 19. 9:30 p.m. FREE. 21 and over. Info: (714) 847-2337 or log onto http://taphousehb.com/site/
Really Let It Out: Really Getting Good Reviews

"A unique blend of styles and sounds that make for an easy listen... new lead singer Alima Soul really packs a punch! Neverwonder take good lyrics and rely on the talents of each member to deliver...Alima definitely adds that spark that every band needs."                            
"(Vocalist) Alima Soul shimmers through the tracks on Really Let It Out with all the confidence and sultriness of a Rock 'N' Roll vixen, particularly on the rockers "Let It Out" and "Help Me," where she leaves no doubt about her talents."


"New lead singer Alima Soul can really belt it on both lead and vocals, showing they made the right choice...soulful ballad "Spinning"  brings impressive vocal energy and percussion. The band's overall attack yields solid results."


"Really Let It Out debuts the beautiful and talented Alima Soul as the band's new lead singer...her voice fits the band like a surgical glove...you can tell there's a geunie chemistry and symmetry with band mates Vincent Ramos (bass),  Andres Ramos (drums), and Scott Ramsey (guitar). Neverwonder is a great band that you'll definitely want to keep your eye on."                          

NEVERWONDER performing their single "Help Me" live at the House of Blues/Anaheim.

Neverwonder (Alima Soul, lead vocals; Scott Ramsay, guitar; Vincent Ramos, bass; Andres Ramos, drums) were recently selected as one of the "25 Artists Who Made 2012 Rock" by Rockwired Magazine. "In 2012 the band welcomed singer Alima Soul and combined the incomparable rhythm section of the brothers Ramos. Neverwonder takes flight again," writes Rockwired Editor/Publisher, Brian Lush.          
Neverwonder's  unique sound is a blend of rock, pop, and soul. Their music is driven by their strong musicianship and is rooted by life's experiences.   The band's music influences include Foo Fighters, Soundgarden, Lenny Kravitz, No Doubt, Tina Turner, Mary J. Blige, and Pink. The band has performed in the past at venues such as House of Blues (LA/OC), The Roxy, Key Club, Viper Room, The Galaxy Theater and The Coach House, and has been featured on KLOS 95.5 FM radio and Rockwired Magazine, among many other media outlets. They have also been a high-powered act for several years in the Rock and Roll Marathon series.   
With the recent addition of vocalist Alima Soul, the band's creative synergy has been an undeniable force to be reckoned with. Their natural chemistry evokes the creation of impressionable songs and unforgettable performances. Alima's sultry, soul-styling and songwriting brings a new vibe to the band's repertoire. Neverwonder is excited about their next chapter together and is going full steam ahead with their next album in 2013.¬¬¬¬¬
For Neverwonder info, music, and upcoming shows, go to the band websites at www.neverwonder.com and www.myspace.com/neverwonder or https://www.facebook.com/pages/NEVERWONDER/480244625110?ref=ts&fref=ts on Facebook. 

NEVERWONDER bring their unique modern rock sound to the Tap House in Huntington Beach, competing in the second round of the $10K Battle of the Bands, Thur, Sept. 19.

By: Doug Deutsch
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