We have had a blast playing live together as a band again recently. Our Latin America tour was amazing and we deeply appreciate all the love and encouragement that we get from all of our U.S. and International friends. It’s been awesome to reconnect with so many old friends via Facebook and other social media outlets and we feel blessed that people still have an interest in an old-school Rock & Roll band like Guardian.

But…amidst all this new fun…we realized that there is still just one thing missing…A NEW RECORD!

Back in the day, we had record deals and budgets and fun stuff like that…but a lot has changed in the music business…and the only way for Guardian to make a new record is…to do it ourselves!

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