Raspberry Park

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Their debut album “Scratchin’ The Surface” will be released at April 18, 2104 and could be one of the real Classic Rock/Hard Rock highlights of the year. The pre-listeners of the trade press are extraordinarily impressed and talk about a great success already in advance!

Raspberry Park is a Danish rock band with deep roots in the Danish rock scene, consisting of musicians with long careers working with some of Denmark’s biggest acts.
Melodic rock, hard rock , classic rock, AOR and a heavy dose of modern rock is all being mixed into a very recognizable sound entirely their own . Strong songwriting, musicality, big productions combined with a powerful and engaging live show is what this is all about.

Raspberry Park originally started as a songwriting project between Mikkel Bryde and Jes Kirstein . The idea was to write and produce for other artists. But it was not long before they realized that there was much more potential here . They invited Morten Maltesen , Jesper Andersen and Jan Petersen to join and RASPBERRY PARK was founded .

In late 2013 , the band signed with the German company POWER PROG and is now ready to release their debut album in the spring of 2014. The first two singles from the album ” On The Battlefield ” and ” Paradise ” has been well received by the critics and the band is now looking forward to getting out and present their music to a wider audience.

Raspberry Park is

Mikkel Bryde (Vocals & Keys), Jes Kirstein (Guitars), Morten Maltesen (Bass), Jesper Andersen (Drums) & Jan Petersen (Guitars).

See more about Raspberry Park at their official website.

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