Shudder to Think

Shudder To Think are most often credited as being the creators of the “Emo” movement, being one of the first – if not the first - bands to successfully fuse intensely emotional melodic vocal performances with raw guitar driven punk music. Shudder To Think’s singer and songwriter Craig Wedren has been hailed as a major influence by many of today’s most popular musical icons including Dash Board Confessionals’ Chris Carrabba, Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters and Nirvana, the members of OK GO, and Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes (Oberst released Wedren’s solo album “Lapland” on his own Team Love / Saddle Creek Label in 2005. Grohl took Wedren with him to perform with Foo Fighters at the Sydney Opera house in 2007). [+]