Whoever said, “Rock and Roll is dead,” obviously didn’t say it loud enough for the members of Sinner Of Attention. And if they did, these guys chose not to hear it.
The band completed its formation in February 2012 and has already developed a devout fan base with the locals of Soddy Daisy, Tenn. Having had different members perform together at local bars, etc. when the band formed, and then p...erformed at the Benefit for Connie Baggett, they were an instant hit.
“I was down the road when I heard them from inside my house. I thought, ‘I have to go see who that is!’” says Holly Killingsworth who has been a supporter ever since.
The band believes in two things: classic rock and making it to the top. “Oh, we’re not going to stop until we make it to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,” Card said “And even then we’ll still keep on playing!”
Emulating Guns and Roses, Aereosmith, Led Zepplin, Kings of Leon and incorporating individual influences, Sinner of Attention brings the missed sounds of true classic and southern rock. Their lyrics stay true to their beliefs and cover the most coveted things of any rock star: sex, drugs and rock and roll.
Drawing from their own experiences and upbringings, you can jam to songs about the DEA, heartbreak and the loss of true love, or hear their true stories of the antics pulled by the guys and their brothers under debauchery filled nights.