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  • Release Date: September 01, 2018
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  • My Devotion -
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Alika (UH-LEE-KAH) Arlynn (AR-LYNN) (lead singer) is taking country to a whole new level! Her producer, Kevin Chalfant, stepped in as lead singer briefly for Steve Perry in the band ‘Journey.’ Bringing these two genres together, Alika, Kevin, and engineer/songwriter, Alby Odum, have created an awesome country rock sound! They have co-written 10 songs together. “My Devotion” was the first the first single released in March of 2017 and Pink Camouflage was released in May of 2018. Alika started performing at Valparaiso University where she graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. Dylan Torres (lead guitarist) is a multi-instrumentalist, live/studio session musician from North Central Illinois. He has years of experience in the Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville areas as well as other areas around the U.S. John Nicoli (bass player) went to Columbia College in Chicago, IL for live sound engineering. John has been playing bass since he was 15 and performing live since age 16 until present. Scott Rexroad (steel guitar) started out early on guitar and vocals. In 1980, he started on pedal steel guitar and 5 string banjo shortly after. He has played in numerous bands, playing lots of upbeat country music. Today he plays 99% pedal steel guitar. Isaac Jewett (drummer) started playing 8 years ago. Isaac studied music at Evangel University and played in the worship band at his church. The Alika Arlynn Band has been the supporting act for Joe Diffie and Raelyn Nelson, Willie Nelson’s granddaughter.

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    • Samm Hart
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      Great stuff! Congrats!

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