Fools For Rowan was an American alternative pop/rock band from Nashville, TN formed in late 2009 by Erin Mullins (vocals). The other members were Rachel Brandsness (lead guitar), Ryan Nanney (guitar/vocals), Andrew “Gib” Williams (bass), and Jordan Cullen (drums). Recommended for fans of Evanescence, Halestorm, Skillet, Sick Puppies, etc. Fools For Rowan disbanded in 2013.

Selected discography:

Twisted. Tied Up. Tangled. (2009). 11 tracks. Choice cuts: “Burnt Around the Edges”, “Dead”, “I Don’t Have The Strength”. Other good cuts: “Light Me Up”, “Take Me Down”, “No”, “Tangled”, “Isn’t It Enough”, “It’s Alright”, “Living Dangerously”. The rest: “Burnt Remix”.

Who Killed Amanda Day? (2012). 6 tracks. Choice cuts: “Killed a Man Today”, “Leave”. Other good cuts: “You Can’t Stop Me”, “Crave”, “Chameleon”, “Refuge”.

“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” (2012). A dashboard view video of FFR covering Taylor Swift‘s 2012 hit.

Selected videos:

My thoughts… Fools For Rowan is one those great bands that I just don’t get how they didn’t make it to the majors! They should’ve been signed and their radio-ready alt-rock should’ve been blasting from radios all across the country! FFR hails from Nashville and a subtle influence of that city’s iconic country music scene is evident in their music, even though beautiful singer Erin Mullins is originally from South Dakota. Mullins (aka Erin Mullins-Sanderson) is currently a fit rocker chick! Check out her blog Fit Rocker Chick (here). She looks amazing but I hope she doesn’t let that beautiful voice stay unheard for too much longer!

Read my original post on RCR (here).