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NEWS   We will be the first band in 10 years to play "The Watering Hole Saloon" in New Braunfels, TX on Nov.27th, the day before "Thanksgiving". I urge anyone that can make it, to come on out. It will be great fun.
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This is OMADA. As time goes by, the music becomes more electric, and eclectic, but rudimentary and elementary elements of song writing are kept at close range. We believe in using professional dynamics and basic instrumentation to create something "Unborn."
Why this name?
In Greek, "Omada" means, "as one."----Ya' can't have a band if you can't work together. Ya' can't write music if it doesn't hold some fascination. As with anything important in life, to pursue anything held sacred, you must be "OMADA" with it.
Do you play live?
Yes. We are building up quite a reputation for putting on large shows. This not being the time for modesty, I hesitatingly reveal that we have set and broken several records, and plan on doing it much more often. We are currently looking to book in San Antonio, San Marcos, Austin, and Dallas Texas, but we aren't afraid to venture anywhere. If the crowd is willing, so are we.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It's a catch twenty two. Makes it a bit harder to sell your cd's. Why buy the cd when I get the songs I like for free? But, on the other hand, bands that otherwise might not get a chance to "show their stuff," are given a bit of a shot at the "limelight."
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
We are looking to sign with a major record label, and we will.
Band History:
We were all born to the same mother, but didn't realize it until we were in our late 20's. DAMNIT! If just one of us had had the "chingos" to venture out of his room, we might have met much sooner.
Your influences?
Well, whenever you get a group of guys together, the "influences" are going to be a bit diverse...but to give each his props and lay it down in brass tacks...I guess...
Singer----Seems to dig a lot of hip-hop and rap. Definitely into The Doors, Godsmack, stuff like that.
Guitarist----Seems to come from the old school "Heavy Metal Riffers." Now days he's into bands like Rage Against the Machine, and Puddle of Mudd. He also seems to enjoy the 70's rock. He makes it work.
The bassist----Definitely into the old school, but he's got a very interesting take on the new school. He too seems to derive a lot of his influence from the 70's and 80's, not to mention a bit of that old time blues, but he seems ever-willing to delve into the strange.
The drummer----He must attribute the following bands and drummers as his influences.. John Bonham, Keith Moon, Ginger Baker.
Favorite spot?
Our favorite spot on earth is on a stage where the beer is cheap, the girls are plenty, and the crowd is having a ball!
Anything else...?
I think in this day and age, it's extremely easy to be critical of everything. I've learned to try and "Like" more, rather than "Hate" more. I'm a much happier person for it, and I have expanded my musical intake by leaps and bounds. I guess what i'm saying is that every band deserves a listen to. And every fan deserves to be heard, but hey, let's just try and have fun.