Danny Lovelock (guitar & vocals) is perpetually barefoot and unwashed, Natalee Fera (bass & vocals) leaves lipstick on the milk carton, Kylan Prince (guitar & vocals) gets kicked out of Westminster Abbey for playing the theme from “The Exorcist” on the organ, and Kenny Dietrich (drums) doesn’t like to wear clothes. Influenced by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jack White, Eric Clapton, and classic rock, blues, and punk, this Vancouver four piece stops at nothing to entertain at every show, off and on the stage. The product of an ambush set-up, Marry Me brings together four artists from completely different musical backgrounds (punk, classic rock, musical theatre, and metal).
In 2012, Danny (the punk) met Natalee (the drama queen) via ambush setup, after he met Kenny (the metalhead) at audio production school. After only 3 months together as Marry Me, they won first place at Supernova’s Battle of the Bands, and the three wrote their first self-titled EP and toured western Canada 2012-2013, as well as the US & Canada in 2014 with keyboard player Adam Jeal. 2016 brought a new EP “Itchy Blood” and the addition of Kylan Prince (biker David Lee Roth).Their latest single “Roughneck” is a rock anthem for the worker who chooses love and home over a pay-check. A follow-up to 2016’s EP “Itchy Blood” and 2014’s self-titled LP, Marry Me delivers a fresh, haunting, infectious rock song that no one can resist chanting along to.
The Marry Me sound is blues-punk-rock, from the sexy, grooving “Feeling”, to “Ignite”, which makes you want to PARTY, and from “Rude”, the grindy, blues jam, to “The Bailiff”, irresistible retro pop! Their full-length LP (June 2014) features “Sexy & Suffering”, straightforward, strut-worthy rock&roll. The inevitable evolution of Marry Me has identified the band’s unique style: blues-punk..
Says producer Travis Saunders: “Marry Me is a band to watch out for. With their innovative style, aggressive guitars and slamming drums layered with melodic vocal harmonies that bring meaning to the word ‘catchy’, anyone who listens to their music should consider themselves lucky”.