Warrior Love Band
by Joseph Graham
Warrior Love Band
The Warrior Love band has been creating quite a storm since in 2005. The band, coming off a very successful 2011, has set its sights on dominating European markets with its infectious music.
Front man Joseph Graham, who operates as the bass player, admitted to THE WEEKEND STAR that his band is determined to break into foreign markets.
"Word on the streets is that Warrior Love band sound like a CD playing, and that He are going to take over the industry. We have every intention to do so," Graham said.
The band has been in high demand, too, as it has played at major stage shows such as Sting, Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival and Rebel Salute, and is already booked for prominent shows at the start of 2012.
We are grateful
"We are grateful for everything, man. We started around 2003 with the name No Limit. That changed to Warrior Love in 2005, and since then things are going good," Graham added.
He also said the group isn't immune to challenges. Like anything destined for greatness, the ever-cheerful Graham said that Warrior Love has been experiencing a lot of negative fight from its peers, but he believes the group has the goodwill to prevail.
"We face a lot of struggles but somehow we always manage to overcome. We have experienced touring with artistes, and they end up not fulfilling their end of the bargain," he recalled.
nonetheless, the group, consisting of keyboard player Jeffrey Graham, drummer Oniel Walters and guitarist Duke, is striving and has been making a lot of noise with its harmonious style of play.
"We always try to ensure that we are on one accord. We argue like any other group, but it is always for the better of the group," Graham said.