Dubbed by some in the music industry as the next torch bearers in the long line of that state's supergroup lineage (i.e., the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, etc.) the Rescues were a trio of well-established singe/songwriters who had pedigrees and experience with some of the biggest names in rock, including Alanis Morissette, Sting, and the Rolling Stones.
Members Adrianne, Kyler England, and Gabriel Mann released their first EP in January of 2008, and spent the lion's share of that year touring the southeast. Eventually the group signed to Red Wind, who released the trio's debut full-length, Crazy Ever After, in September of 2008. A single, "Break Me Out," was released in conjunction with the album. ~ Chris True, Rovi