ABOUT the ALBUM
“Amazing singers…own the stage.” - Sam Giles, Afternoon Radio Personality, Rock 96.5 Richmond
Casting Shadows would not exist at all if not for a very supportive network of friends and family.
Thanks first to our parents Joan, Pauline, Buster, and Chuck for constantly supporting us in every way possible.
Thanks to Josh Grove for his endless and brilliant contributions to this album.
Thanks to Stu Hutton for making us rock-- and for still "getting the tingles" after all these years....STUUUUUUU!!!!
Thanks to John Christian for joining the band and being the man.
Thanks to Steven Christian and Nat Hyman for some truly tasty guitar pick'n.
Thanks to Buster Powell for blowin' his horn and makin' it funky.
And thanks to Chris Compton and Grant Rutledge for putting it all together. You are our ambassadors of kwan!
Beau Powell: vocals, guitar; Chelsea Kerwath: vocals, bass; Stu Hutton: drums
Additional guitar work on Make Believe, The Thought Has Cost My Mind, Starting Line, Good Side, and Weathervane performed and recorded by Josh Grove of Protocaster Guitars in Brooklyn, NY.
Main guitar solo on You Don't Need My Number by Steven Christian.
Slide guitar on Weathervane performed and recorded by Nat Hyman in Richmond, VA.
Saxophone on Working For Your Love by Buster Powell.
Copyright 2016. All songs by The Killing Daylights.
Words and music by Beau Powell and Chelsea Kerwath.
Recorded at Etching Tin Studio in Richmond, VA.
Engineer/Mixing: Chris Compton
Mastering: Grant Rutledge
Beau Powell: vocals, rhythm guitar
Chelsea Kerwath: vocals, bass
John Christian: drums
Steven Christian: lead guitar
“The raw power and emotion in The Killing Daylights’ performances are utterly amazing” - James Brooks, Afternoon Co-host, XL102 Richmond
The best kept secret in rock and roll. Known for their creative covers and catchy originals, The Killing Daylights are making their mark on the Virginia music scene-- one club at a time. Focused on writing and recording meaningful, yet radio-worthy songs-- power couple Beau Powell and Chelsea Kerwath's originals have a quality unmatched by most underground bands. Heavily influenced by Counting Crows, Death Cab for Cutie, The New Pornographers, and The Beatles-- The Killing Daylights have a universal appeal to rock fans of all ages.
married couple + identical twins = magic
For over a decade, the founding members of The Killing Daylights have been performing as a duo, trio, quartet, quintet-- under several different names. The songs have carried through and evolved with each incarnation. Casting Shadows, The Killing Daylights' first full length studio album, is essentially a "best of" album from the huge bank of songs they've written and perfected throughout the years.
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