It’s never been a stretch to liken Salvadore Poe’s guitar stylings to that of a spiritual awakening via music.
From humble east coast origins to the biggest stages in the world, that, in a nutshell, is a brief summarization of the career of veteran bassist, Rob DeLuca. But if we simply boiled it down to those few short turns of phrase, we wouldn’t be giving DeLuca his due.
Spread Eagle wasn’t just another Rock band, no, they were the epitome of late 80s and early 90s New York Street Metal. This was a band who was to be the east coast’s answer to Guns N’ Roses and then some. Spread Eagle’s ballsy, sleazy, and hard-driving sound was one that would come to define an era.