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DETROIT DREAMS ROCKING DEBUT
5/8/20

Rock band DETROIT DREAMERS have made their debut on Cherrytree Records with their self-titled EP. Consisting of childhood friends Martin Kierszenbaum, founder of Cherrytree Music Company, and Grammy-winning engineer Tony Lake, the band’s sound is influenced by local Detroit rock groups like MC5, The Stooges and Brownsville Station.

Filled with electrifying elements and a raw energy, the EP is inspired by the rhythm of a city rich in strength and innovation. “The people of Detroit have an independent spirit and a work ethic that’s allowed them to persevere despite obstacles. It’s a community that I’m proud to be from,” shares Lake.

After moving to California to pursue their musical journey, Kierszenbaum began working with artists like Soundgarden and Marilyn Manson, eventually leading him to write and produce for the likes of Sting, Lady Gaga and Mylène Farmer before launching Cherrytree Music Company. Lake also found success in the industry and became an accomplished engineer/mixer, winning a Grammy for his work on Sting and Shaggy’s album 44/876.

With the release of the 5-track EP DETROIT DREAMERS, Kierszenbaum shares, “We’ve been wanting to get these songs off our chest for a while now. The album Is a collection of snapshots of our journey and pride for where we got our start.” Check out their debut EP below.