Raven Tree is a guitar driven power trio whose Hard Grunge sound appeals to fans between the ages of 25-50. Channeling Zeppelin, Velvet Revolver and Foo Fighters, Baltimore based Raven Tree has been interviewed on 101.5 BoBRocks Hagerstown MD, WLOY Loyola University, and Baltimore’s own WIYY 98 Rock with tracks from their debut album receiving substantial airplay on both terrestrial and online radio! 
 
The group debuted in April 2014 and have since performed in Baltimore, Cleveland, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Virginia, New Jersey and the surrounding regions. Notable venues include The Trocadero Theatre, Philadelphia, The Sylvan National Theatre, Wash. D.C., and The Hard Rock Café, Baltimore.  
 
2015 saw the band grow rapidly, receiving sponsorships from Cold Cock Whiskey and Vintage Vacuum Tube Amplification (VVT) while also releasing their self titled debut LP in May 2015. The band wrapped their “Out Of NoWhere Tour” in Nov. 2015 with a tour capping show at the historic Trocadero Theatre in Philadelphia. 
 
In early 2016, Mike began writing the second album, and entered the studio in June 2016 to begin pre-prodcution. The second Raven Tree LP, Devil’s Red Mistress was released Oct. 2017. Currently Raven Tree are booking into 2018 in support of their sophomore effort, with shows currently scheduled through August.  
 
Raven Tree is a unique combination of military veterans, sessions cats and tour hounds!
As a special operations veteran, Mike spent his down time  playing to audiences small and large all over the world,  Jed has appeared on countless indie releases throughout the DC region, while Phoenix is a successful studio engineer with three EP releases by his own band Marzy Maddox.  

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