two brothers that love to Rock & Roll.
Late Arrival… two brothers. Hooked up in Albuquerque, New Mexico when Jeff Dunham (guitar) was born. Tom Dunham (drummer) snaked Jeff to play guitar because Tom wanted to be the drummer. The family move up dusty I-25 to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1968. With the vibe of a small mountain town and the knack to play what we call Southwest Rock & Roll our rhythms helped us create rockin songs. We met Zella Lavender a girl from Ft. Wayne, Indiana in So. Cal in 1986 to complete the band with her solid bass playing between the brothers energy. Where do the songs come from? There is just a crazy energy in New Mexico that powers our writing. All we know is Rock & Roll. We have fun with it, we don’t question it, we throw it down and flow with it and we hope you do too! Flow with us, talk to us and Rock with us!
Late Arrival has been recording their music since 1997. Their first album is "Kick Things Over" in 1997, then "Freeks" in 2002, followed by "Machine" in 2007 and "Organized Mayhem in 2017. This three piece band loves playing and believes in having fun!
Northeast In-Tune Magazine's Bob Donovan says: Interesting riffs throughout Late Arrivals music. I really enjoyed the guitar work in each of their songs. Not flashy, just straight forward good performance and playing.
GoGirls Music Review's Georgia Moncrief says: Late Arrival's sound is pure rock 'n roll. It's fresh and exciting. Their music takes me back to the fun times in high school...let the party begin!
Music Extreme Review's Marc Don Vito says: This is pure rock´n´roll in its purest form. Full of hooks in the vein of AC/DC.
Westsidewill Radio Dueling CD Review's Joey Champagne & D'Michael Noogeman says: 12 tracks of solid rock. If anybody knows a thing or two about rock it's this group. "Red Vest" this track is chalk full of rhymes and what not that will get stuck in your head.
Eugene Foley (consultant to the music industry) says: "Late Arrival is a 4.5 out of 5 points and I don't usually rate bands over 3 points".