Dubbed by some in the music industry as another torch bearers in the prolonged type of that state’s supergroup lineage (i.e., the Eagles, Fleetwood Macintosh, etc.) the Rescues had been a trio of well-established singe/songwriters who acquired pedigrees and knowledge with a number of the biggest brands in rock and roll, including Alanis Morissette, Sting, as well as the Rolling Rocks. Associates Adrianne, Kyler Britain, and Gabriel Mann released their initial EP in January of 2008, and spent the lion’s talk about of that season touring the southeast. Ultimately the group agreed upon to Red Breeze, who released the trio’s debut full-length, Crazy Ever After, in Sept of 2008. An individual, “Break Me Out,” premiered with the album.