WD-HAN is a band with an interesting name, WD-HAN actually meaning "We Don't Have A Name." The band started while Cal Henry, the lead guitarist, was still in high school. It wasn't long before he discovered the unique talents of female drummer Lea Campbell and then picked up the vocal stylings of Spencer Barnes one night when Barnes was pulled from the audience to do an impromptu performance with the band; the rest is history.
The group started playing classic rock covers like Jimi Hendrix and diving into some humorous hip hop before striking gold with original songs of their own which infused several different influences to create a very cool, pop rock sound. The Tampa, Florida based band has been featured on nationally syndicated television, several radio stations and performed with bands such as Guster, Fun, and Motion City Soundtrack.
One thing which characterizes the group is an un-serious, fun, more upbeat style of music which fits very universally into much of the mainstream without sounding exactly like anyone in the mainstream. There are touches of bands such as the Goo Goo Dolls, Lifehouse, Maroon 5 and others but WD-HAN manages to carry their own identity forward because there are several songs which surprise you such as "Something Worth Writing About" which goes a little heavier and deeper than other tracks, really rocking out.
Their music could be what you listen to while you're in your car driving to the beach and at the same time could fit perfectly as a theme song for television built for youth. There is an empowering, uplifting, very fun feel to the music WD-HAN makes which make them well worth discovering if you are interested in taping into the ever flowing fountain of youth the band has managed to bottle out in Florida. Take a drink, sit back and relax, WD-HAN may be the band that doesn't have a name, but they are surely making a name for themselves with their fresh, energetic sound.
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