The Snaz, a name so awesome and mysterious most are left dumbstruck at the very sound. But the name is not the only fantastical aspect of the musical group that is leaving audiences everywhere impressed (and with a little hearing damage). No no, the individuals making it up are also pretty cool and the music being produced is savagely above average. The Snaz is the band you want to see, the band you want to play your venue, and the band you want to give free food to.
The Snaz formed four years ago when it’s members were still struggling through adolescence. Since that time they have grown and improved playing festivals like The Green River Festival, Grand Point North and South By South West. They have won awards like WRSIs 2nd best song of the year in 2013 and WRSIs 1st best song of the year in 2015. This band, that is conquering the dangerous and competitive music scene of Southern Vermont, is readying itself to be the next big thing. They have played many a music venue and event and will play many more. They plan to take on the world. You will know know their name. You will never forget, The Snaz.
The Snaz, an up-and coming rock sensation taking over New England and then the world, is a band who's energetic live performance, witty lyricism, and quirky brand of indie rock are leaving audiences everywhere charmed and smitten. They have stolen hearts at festivals such as The Green River Festival, South by South West, and Grand Point North as well as an ever growing spectrum of venues across the New England area. "They are not the 'next' anybody, they're the first and they're the original." -Jon Potter
" It's every disc jockey's dream to pop in an unknown record by an unknown band and then hear something that makes you believe that you may have discovered the next big thing. You like it so much you rush to the radio to play it for everyone. That's what happened when I heard The Snaz." - Monty Belmonte, WRSI The River
“Never in a million years would I have guessed that fantastic voice was coming from a teenager. The Snaz harkens back to the early days of New Wave (you know, the good kind of New Wave). You could almost hear them opening for The Knack somewhere on The Sunset Strip in 1979. Anna is a punchy little tune highlighted by crunchy guitars and those great vocals of Dharma Ramirez.” - nonhollywood