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They say freedom lies in being bold. For the accomplished professional musicians in the modern arena rock trio Save The World, that means taking time out of their hectic schedules to form a band that plays the music they love, and then paying forward the good vibes with soaring hooks and uplifting messages.  
Save The World pens emotionally charged songs with rich, melodic choruses, playing music that forgoes genre conventions in favor of a signature sound that’s modern, anthemic, and refreshingly dynamic.  

Save The World is formed by chief songwriter Dan Tracey on guitar, vocals, keyboards, Robert Wright on bass, vocals, keyboards, Taurus pedals, percussion, producer, engineer, and Jon Wysocki on drums.  

Dan Tracey is highly regarded for his songwriting, singing, and guitar playing skills. He’s composed music for major television shows and films, and performed and recorded with a variety of established musicians—currently, he plays guitar and sings in the Alan Parsons Live Project. 

Robert Wright draws recognition onstage and in the studio as a multi-instrumentalist, a songwriter with multiple artist cuts and publishing deals, and as a producer, where he topped the Billboard Country Album charts multiple times and earned many Gold and Platinum album awards.  

Jon Wysocki is best known as the founding member of the chart-topping, multi-million record selling modern rock band Staind from the band’s halcyon years, 1995 until 2011. 

With a debut album “ONE” which started to make waves in the underground rock world (seeing also a cameo performance from Alan Parsons himself) and a new record “TWO” which is going to firmly set their imprint within the new rock fans, STW is a band to lookout for if you like hard melodic rock with hints of progressive music! 


1.    Camera Obscura
2.    Bones
3.    Miss Muse
4.    Defenders Of The Faith
5.    Daphne Blue
6.    When Amanda Hits The Stage
7.    Man On An Island
8.    Longer
9.    Denslow Park
10.    Automaton
11.    Illuminati
12.    Who's That Girl



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The first album was pretty damned ok in my book, so very good to see a second one coming out. 

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