Luvplanet is powerful, original, feel good RocknRoll for the soul! The template for a new era of world class music!
Highly respected by their peers for top notch songwriting and musicianship, singer/songwriter/guitarists Nicole Sutton & Mark McGee (Gregg Allman) deliver classic, timeless, uplifting songs blending rock, pop, blues, country and psychedelic sounds. Nicole and Mark's seductive vocals and tasteful shred guitars combined with irresistible grooves and atmospheric keyboards from Tommy Sisco, Michael Amos and Steven Anderson create the perfect dose of ear candy!
Their new, highly anticipated double studio album 'Something Good' takes their diverse musical vision to new heights! Released on the first day of Summer 2020 this 20 song opus is the band's 6th release and expands on their unique brand of emotive, genre bending RocknRoll. Coupled with their uplifting and reflective song, 'The Day They Closed The World', these two musical works proved to be a perfect antidote for the dark days of lockdowns.
In 2021 Luvplanet continues to blaze a trail with their potent brand of American RocknRoll! Bringing their captivating live shows back to the stages, Luvplanet's live performances generate high vibrations in an intense emotional experience! Truly a must see!
Garnering much radio support from radio stations such as 97.7 The River, 107.7 The Bone and 95.9 The Krush, Luvplanet was also dubbed "Critic's Choice" by Bohemian Magazine and voted Best Artists at the North Bay Music Awards!
Luvplanet has performed with Gregg Allman, Berlin, Boston, John Waite, The B-52's, Plain White T's, Third Eye Blind, Eddie Money, Montrose, The Mother Hips, Todd Rundgren, Michael Schenker, UFO, Mother Hips, The Baby's, Jesse Colin Young, Pat Travers, Elvin Bishop, Tommy Castro, Y&T, Eric Martin, Adrian Belew (King Crimson), The Tubes, Davey Pattison, The Donnas, Marshall Tucker Band, Lydia Pense, MoonAlice, UliJon Roth (Scorpions) and George Lynch and many others!
Bronze Medal Hopefuls play funky instrumental mini-soundtracks to imaginary movies about cardboard rocketship adventures, puppets that travel to the North Pole, soul-crushing van tours along the East Coast, and small-town, coffee-sipping detectives named Wedemski. This new band is the whimsical, imaginative music of Gio Benedetti (bass), former bassist and founding member of The Brothers Comatose. With the help of band mates Zach Morris (drums), Alex Leach (guitar) and Nathan Dittle (keys), the crew look longingly at that 3rd place pedestal, and set their sights for, maybe, one day (if it’s not raining), third place.
Their debut, self-titled EP dropped on March 28th and was recorded live to tape at Gremlintone studios by John Courage.