WHISPERHAWK: CARRY ON
Whisperhawk (Michael Gross) has been a mainstay in the Utah music scene since the early 2000's. Gross got his start with the indie rock band The Brobecks who were making waves in the indie rock scene and were dubbed a "buzz band" and "band to watch" by many music publications and blogs until his departure in 2007.
Since then Gross has been involved with various bands and music projects and in 2010 signed a music licensing deal with Bleed 101 in Los Angeles. His music has appeared on various networks including NBC, CBS, MTV, and FX (to name a few) and has also appeared in film most notably "A Family Man" starring Gerard Butler and Willem Dafoe.
Whisperhawk is Gross' latest project which combines his knack for melodies with a high-desert folk/rock spirit. Some of Whisperhawk's songs are known to have Native American themes as Gross himself is a member, and Tribal Councilman for the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation. With much experience and many recordings to his credit, Whisperhawk seeks to branch out and share his brand of indie/folk rock with the masses.
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