Still Well Angel is an intense hard rock band hailing from the Boston area. With their unforgettable riffs and memorable lyrics they bring originality and energy to the stage. Shortly after starting college Steve met Kevin, who embodied the same love for music as him.
After a short interview in the spring of 1999 Kevin joined with the brothers to form Still Well Angel. The three began playing shows, recording and competing in Battles of the bands. In 2000 local radio station Rock 101 played "Proof" and requests came pouring in. The band continued performing at local clubs and recording their music.
In February 2002 they went in the studio to record their second single "Dream". S.W.A toured for several years after and then decided to take a few years off to marry and start families. In October 2009 they meet local guitarist Jay Stelmach and decided to hit the stage and the club scene again looking to make a name for themselves. On March 5th 2011 Still Well Angel joined with KROCKS teamed up with the Kiwanis Club of Manchester and donated their equipment and on stage performing knowledge to help raise money and music performance to students in a battle of the bands. All money raised was donated to local nonprofit youth organizations. On April 2nd, 2011 Still Well Angel teamed up with letsstopthebleeding.org that raise money for under-funded shelters of all kinds - homeless shelters, battered women shelters, and any organizations providing support for the homeless. A Tribute to the Homeless 7 was a great success, 100% of the proceeds from that show were donated to the Bread and Jams Day Center, a soup kitchen and homeless help center in Cambridge. On May 21st 2011Still Well Angel teamed up with White Mountain Foster & Rescue a Non-profit organization which saves and place dogs and puppies in forever homes at "Woofstock" A Charity Music festival held at Backwoods Family Campground in Rumney ,NH.
Their powerful live performance has brought Still Well Angel much success over the last 12 years, including showcasing for major labels and opening for national recording artists Hinder,Saving Abel,Tantric,Nullset,Nonpoint,RA, The Misfits, Powerman 5000, and Adema. They were also awarded Best Local Band at the N.H.T.I Battle of the Bands 2005 and have placed first in three other Battles of the Bands. There is no stopping this band from going to the top, but "don't let the fact that the word angel is in their moniker fool you as there is nothing angelic about this group".
Played with National Recording Artists:Candlebox/ Hinder/ Saving Abel/ Powerman 5000/ RA/ Adema/ The Misfits/ Nonpoint/ Nullset/ Tantric/ Dr. Chud’s X-Ward/ Sardonica (two Misfits’ by-products) Trash Light Vision (featuring Acey Slade of Murderdolls/DOPE fame)/ Virginia’s Bella Morte and 100's of local bands.
Reviews & Quotes:
Soundcheck Magazine-“A taste of what’s like to be rocked like an earthquake”-“Don’t let the fact that the word angel is their moniker; fool you as there is nothing angelic about this group.”-“Dry soul” Bordering on the lines of speed metal with aggressive but with melodic vocals.”-“Pistol Grip Fist” followed echoing elements frequently used from artist like Sevendust…Rhythmic vocals, very bass driven from bassist Kevin Fisher and some blistering drums from Stephen Chicarello.”-“No friend of mine” was pure straight up anger during which Sean pushed his vocal cords to the brink of bleeding during the chorus.”-“Technical talent along with songs that totally rocked.”Alterative News Magazine:- “They filled the room with power and strong stage presence.”-“There bass player was very talented and energetic and put on a very good show.”-“Strong vocals, great stage presence.”Hippo Press Magazine:-“An energy that can be identified from the start.”-“The music is original and pretty catchy.”