GRAYSON MANOR EP Featuring KEVIN TALLEY Now Available On iTunes

Atlanta-based rock quartet GRAYSON MANOR's debut full-length record, "Children of the Manor", is now available to purchase on iTunes at this location. It was produced by Robert Carranza (MOLOTOV, JACK JOHNSON, BECK) and was previously released in Europe on Bad Reputation Records in May 2006. This version of the album also includes their 2003 EP "Back on the Rock", which features Kevin Talley (CHIMAIRA, DYING FETUS, MISERY INDEX) on drums. The album was also recently reviewed in the July 2006 issue of Classic Rock magazine.

GRAYSON MANOR features Brad Cox on vocals, who had recorded tracks for VELVET REVOLVER while they were in search of a vocalist. Other current members are Danny Dixon (bass), Pat Valley (guitar), and Ben Thomas (drums). More information, including audio clips and upcoming tourdates, can be found at


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