It’s rare to find four musicians who are equally devoted to something as much as American Cream. Over the past four years, American Cream has evolved from a few friends jamming together to a group of artists with a comprehensive, unified goal. Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, American Cream seeks to resurrect the classic rock and roll sound of the sixties and seventies and combine it with the timeless-indie rock of today. With influences that go back to the onset of the experimental age of rock and roll, they use relatable-modern melodies and unpredictable transitions to create a seemingly unique and accidental combination of sound.
American Cream makes it a point to write their songs organically while playing together and treasuring the classic texture of core rock instruments. It seems as though there is as much debate about the songs than there is rehearsing. A fresh live experience and focused songwriting are the backbone of American Cream’s style. In 2013 Coca-Cola identified their hard work, as they became a finalist in a national songwriting competition.
2013 continued to be a breakthrough year for the Las Vegas, Nevada band. They were selected as an official band on the Red Bull Sound Select music platform, an exclusive artist development program. Their success continued playing their biggest show yet at the inaugural Life is Beautiful festival, with headliners Kings of Leon and The Killers. Additionally, they’ve held residencies at the world famous Fremont Street Experience, Harrah’s on the Las Vegas Strip and Blue Martini. They have played at regional venues across the southwest, including House of Blues (Las Vegas), The Avalon (Los Angeles), The Electric Theater (Salt Lake City), Red 7 (Austin, Texas) Trip (Santa Monica) and many more.