Texas Wettnex

Texas Wettnex
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"Music - where expression is natural and what separates us fades.” The Texas WettNex The Texas WettNex, country boys with Latin blood, produce spirited Country, Americana, and Southern Rock music. They released their first album, "Leaning In", in early 2006 and are touring Texas expressing their music. Michael Wren, lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter, wrote the album title track "Leaning In". It is a touching depiction of what all experience when a relationship moves beyond friendship. When performed live, Leaning In always leaves the audience applauding and satisfied. Other Michael Wren originals are rhythmic combinations of exciting stories, deep observations, and funny anecdotes. Eddie “Steel" Foster, steel guitarist and songwriter, has played over 10 years with multiple bands including The Randy Roger's band. His original songs leave one sometimes nostalgic and sad. Heavy ballads and melodic solos surround words describing a positive attitude when faced with loss or futility. Phillip Foster, keyboardist and songwriter, is a classically trained pianist. He adds a refined tint to the WettNex Country sound, and a rock'n swoop to their Rock'n Roll with Hammond organ. Phillip's original music is best described as a mesmerizing rock sound where people are left thinking. Eddie thinks his brother Phillip is crazy. Dallas Foster is without doubt a most talented musician. "Who’s the young bass player? Well, he's going places!" is heard at virtually every Wettnex show. A former piano student, Dallas learned the bass guitar in one year. He's the most expressive Wettnek and great to watch on stage. The Texas WettNex produce foot-stomp'n Country music with a simple heavy bass falling right in the pocket. Oldies but goodies like "Cold Heart", "Silver Wings" and "Empty Glass" fill the dance floor with people of all ages. When Rock'n and Roll'n, The WettNex revive memories with songs like The Animals' "House of the Rising Sun" and "Eleanor Rigby" by The Beatles. When the Texas WettNex perform their original music, their eyes appear absent, lost in the message. Maybe the musical relationship between Wren and the Fosters rid the WettNex of the present. Either way, the audience is left understanding their honest intent, and curious for more. The Texas WettNex have something to say. They speak in music. The Texas WettNex
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Average Rating : 5              Total Reviews: 7

Texas Wettnex  05/24/2007            
Saw Mike at Whitewater tonight, and he's a great guy. The music is amazing and with the personality behind it's no wonder why. First class dude, grade A music. Oh, and he's from Archer City so he gets a few extra points.
Texas Wettnex  08/01/2006            
I like this album. There's a good mix of song styles. The title track "Leaning In" is probably my favorite as a country song, however, "The Wordsmith" has a Beatle-esque quality to it that appeals to me.
Texas Wettnex  04/28/2006            
Steve K.
Cool CD!
Texas Wettnex  04/21/2006            
The next best thing
Texas Wettnex  04/20/2006            
I bought this CD because a friend of mine knows the lead singer. I did not expect much because I had never heard of these guys - man was I totally blown away. This is an outstanding group! If you only buy one CD this year, this is a must have!
Texas Wettnex  04/04/2006            
Missy T
Awesome CD! I would highly recommend buying this CD. These guys are extremely talented.
Texas Wettnex  03/22/2006            
John R.
I have listened to these guys for months now, and have really liked their music. Now with the release of their first CD, Leaning In, I am truly impressed with the songs and quality of the lyrics and the sound mix. I would strongly recommend purchasing a copy of the CD, and going to see these guys live.
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