"Over Again" by Deer Park Avenue was chosen as "Video of the Day" on Dec. 21, 2011 because of its professional
sound and presentation. The production and songwriting qualities of the recording make this a timeless video, along with the
fact that it's fun to watch this band in action. The song has original melodic power that makes it one of Sacramento's most likeable
pieces of music even though it's only two minutes long. The core of the group is made up of sisters Sarah and Stephanie Snyder, who are
originally from New York, have traveled the world and wound up living in Sacramento. In 2011 they've performed on local
TV news shows "Great Day" on KMPH Fox 26 in the Central San Joaquin Valley and "Good Day Sacramento" on CW 31 in Sacramento.
Part of what makes Deer Park Avenue stand out from many other local bands is their emphasis on the actual song
instead of just doing a commercial for the group. Something many Sacramento bands usually miss the boat on is producing a
single that sounds catchy and makes you want to hear more, but this group has mastered that art. In their bio they say they
grew up singing Beatles songs, which is a common claim among artists who operate on a wide terrain of creativity. What makes Deer
Park Avenue unique is they have a similar ethic that the Beatles championed, which is the idea that every song matters and that
every song has its own unique identity, as opposed to music that sounds copied from another artist.
The description of the YouTube video posting gives this information: the band's first EP City Streets was produced
by Matt Bissonette. Their follow up album was Stop & Go, available on iTunes.