Wayward Motel is an American, 5-piece rock band from Springfield, IL consisting of award-winning songwriter Josh Catalano, Rory Davis, Matt Natale, Ted Brannon, and Patrick Bruce Miller. Their last album “Hourly Rates” delivers a pristine, sentimental yet universal sound that both confronts ghosts and delves into a span of emotions from longing to heartbreak, sweet love, and the complexities of sepia-tinted nostalgia and loss. Their authentic and personal approach to music and polished harmonies, accompanied by Davis' keyboard, Matt Natale's bass, Patrick Miller's drums and Brannon's guitar, have received a warm reception wherever they travel across the Midwest.
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