Denver musician Micah Morris fronts the band Fast Eddy when he isn't playing lead guitar with local live favorites Dirty Few. The former released the new EP, "Toofer One," earlier this summer. Morris and the other Fast Eddy members point to Motown and '70s classic rock as influences on songs like "Hurricane Alley."
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Fast Eddy stopped into the CPR Performance Studio to play a few songs. The band members also spoke with Alisha Sweeney about their road trip to Atlanta to record "Toofer One" and what they love about performing in Denver.
Stream the session above and watch Fast Eddy perform "Hurricane Alley" above. Watch more videos on our YouTube page.
- "Game of Love"
- "Dead Eyes"
- "Hurricane Alley"
- "Kill City"