American Rock n Roll
Luvplanet brings music with crossover appeal to new heights!
Singer/Songwriters Nicole Sutton and Mark McGee's persuasive, genre bending songs blend rock, pop, jam, country and blues, creating the template for a new era of world class music. Their chemistry as songwriters, coupled with their supercharged vocal harmonies, are the heart of Luvplanet's fresh, original sound.
From powerful anthems to slow moving ballads to extended psychedelic jams, Luvplanet's memorable songs and meaningful lyrics are timeless with their universal appeal. Sweet seductive vocals and acoustic guitars from Nicole Sutton, and masterful slide, shred and theme driven electric guitar from Mark McGee (former guitarist with Rock n Roll Hall of Fame's Gregg Allman, from 1995-2004, 2007), together with weaving rhythms from bassist Tommy Sisco and drummer Michael Amos, lure you in with raw, genuine emotion.
Roger Fisher (Heart) says...
Nicole Sutton, where have you been? You deserve a high chart position, top radio rotation and chauffeur-driven rides to receive your Grammys! Non-pretentious lyrics on a bed of guitar greatness express songs that aren't cliché-cluttered. I think all the greatest guitarists in the world would agree that Mark McGee stands among them as impressive and inspiring!
Luvplanet has performed shows with Gregg Allman, Berlin, Boston, John Waite, The B-52's, Plain White T's, Third Eye Blind, Eddie Money, Montrose, The Mother Hips, Todd Rundgren, Michael Schenker, UFO, The Baby's, Jesse Colin Young, Pat Travers, Elvin Bishop, Tommy Castro, Y&T, Eric Martin, Adrian Belew (King Crimson), The Tubes, Davey Pattison, The Donnas, Marshall Tucker Band, Lydia Pense, MoonAlice, Uli Jon Roth (Scorpions) and George Lynch.
Luvplanet has garnered support from Northern California radio stations such as 97.7 The River, 107.7 The Bone and 95.9 The Krush.
In 2016, Luvplanet was voted Best Band in Marin County in the Pacific Sun reader's poll. In 2010 and 2011, Luvplanet was nominated for best rock group at Sonoma County's North Bay Music Awards and dubbed the "Critic's Choice" by Bohemian magazine.