Don't even bother to Google THE BOOZE. You'll get nothing but drunk talk. Not that drunk talk is bad and THE BOOZE go really great with a cocktail and visa versa. To describe them is fairly easy; THE BOOZE: an easy-going gang of lads that make music straight from a long ago era, but with a contemporary perspective. One listen and you'll find yourself thinking, "they sound like...." and that's where you may get stuck. There's not a band per se that they can be compared to, but instead a feel and a time. A time when being cool was rare and hard, but being cool was really cool. The band, having always devoured a steady diet of The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Faces, The Jam and host of other mid-60's to mid 70's British, Aussie and American rock has put it's own spin on that era. They shoot from the hip with an ass-shaking grove and beat that gets the girls dancing and the guys happy the girls are dancing. Each song is a fantastic, takes-you-to-the-scene story. Hailing from Atlanta, GA., the band came to be in 2007 when schoolmates Chaz Tolliver (vocals) and Randy Michaels (guitar/vox) - both seeing eye to eye musically - did the inevitable and got together to write. Realizing quickly that the vibe and tunes were undeniable, they formed THE BOOZE with Jon Gleaton (bass/vox), Pietro DiGennaro (drums) and Ricky Dover, Jr. (guitar).