comegCOMEG are an original Rock band from SW England
Coemgen Savage – Vocals
Roger Pearson – Guitar
Spencer Jones – Bass
David Cartwright – Drums

COMEG began in 2002
Their first self produced album was released in 2003 and they have since recorded 6 more albums.All albums are freely available to download from the band’s website.

COMEG would describe their sound as infectiously addictive and anthemic. They have been compared to legends such as U2, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Zeppelin, The Cult, and Primal Scream .

COMEG has also written several tunes for independent movies. The band are also played on both local and international radio stations and Podcasts.

Between them, the band members have decades of Live experience and professionalism, having played in different bands all over the country in many different genres. Drummer Dave has played with professional orchestras and also depped for some well known acts, he is also in local covers band The Edge. Bassist Spencer also plays with popular Devon band “House Of Kane”. Guitarist Roger Pearson has toured with band “Diverted Traffic” and Vocalist Comeg previously fronted Bristol Rock band “Twisted” and was Bono in U2 tribute band “TRIBU2E”


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Roger – 07703739655
Coemgen – 07910002311


Comeg have some serious talent. Weighty, bombastic anthems pour out of them like tap water. ~ Backbone – 247 Magazine

These guys create not just songs but sonic landscapes –

To listen to “Touched With Fire”, you would never suspect that it had been produced by an independent musician who began recording eight years ago in his Devonshire basement. Clearly the School of Home Studio paid off as each beat of the drum, strum of the guitar and thud of the bass is so crisp, George Martin himself could have produced it –

“Comeg’s songs (One Day) are hook-laden, riff-loaded, emotionally charged works that tend to get right under your skin and haunt you for ages after.” ~ Toxic Pete –

” …the melodic sweetness of McCartney, the clever, edgy lyrics of Lennon, and the upfront sexuality of the Stones. All wrapped in a production style that reminds me of Jeff Lynne / ELO. What’s not to love” ~

“Move over U2! This is suberb……great, great pro track…one that you want to play again…and again!” ~


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