Gestating in the mind of front-man Memphis Roarke for over a decade and pulled whole by the pairing with guitarist Randy Cunningham, Sons of Providence is the very personal revelation of lives truly lived on the roads less traveled.
Diverging in the desert from all around the United States, Sons of Providence came together in the latter quarter of 2011 and began working vigorously to mix their varied sounds in to something to be rivaled.
Their first release, 2012's 7 song "The Divine EP", was an intense, punk driven, demented circus that first gave the showings of the bands varied backgrounds and tastes. Following this release, the band struck out hard to the stages and quickly began the building of a cult-like fan-base.
In March 2012, just five months in to being a band, Sons of Providence were chosen to be the direct opener for Buckethead at The Marquee Theatre in Tempe, AZ.
They took the stage for that show in April 2012, where they showed the hundreds in attendance that they belonged on such a stage and were headed for so much more. And so the cult of fans grew.
March 2013 saw the release of "Paradise"; a teaser demo of what to look forward to on the full-length album due out by the end of 2013. It is a much more intricate, structured, and polished collection of material that emphasized their new-found voice as a single unit.