Def Leppard meets Van Halen with a twist of Fall Out Boys combined with Katy Perry. There's a hot new sound coming out of Nashville that's unplugging your past thoughts of what that city once produced. From the I Heart Radio Studio I'm Unplugged and Totally Uncut with Telegraph

Marshall, Red and Rocco may sound like fictional characters, but in reality, they are the masterminds behind Nashville-based classic rock influenced pop band Telegraph. After four years as Northern Virginia pop/rock quartet, Sing Me Insomnia, brothers Marshall (vocals) and Red Cunningham (guitar/vocals), along with best friend Wes “Rocco” Beale (bass/vocals) found themselves relocating to Nashville and relaunching as Telegraph. With epic guitar solos, falsetto vocals, and catching melodies, Telegraph craft something unique yet familiar, and overall, undeniably fun. Drawing from 70/80s rock icons, Van Halen, Def Leppard, and Guns ‘n Roses, to current pop stars such as One Direction, Katy Perry, and Kelly Clarkson, Telegraph blend classic rock power and craftsmanship with modern pop production and energy. Their infectious songs earned them one of four prime spots in Belmont’s Rock Showcase, creating anticipation for their debut EP to be released in early 2014. The music video for title track “Rewind,” is already earning buzz online, with its perfect mix of nostalgia and pop culture causing viewers to obey the lyrics and hit rewind again and again.