About Band :
Being in a band can mean anything these days. But for some, the underlying passion of the last 50 years still holds true: Music can bring people together. Disco Curtis thrives on this notion, but they also take it a couple of steps further. It’s their unshakable enthusiasm for both the music and their fans that compliments their memorable pop/rock-tinged rock style. Their debut EP, Play With Fire, Get Burned, is music for the masses, pure and simple.
The Dallas, Texas-based foursome originally came as kids, where a young Howe and Novak first bonded over playing piano and drums, respectively. As the fast friends grew older, various band incarnations came and went, but upon syncing up with Garrett Perales, and later on Brendan Barone, the initial making of Disco Curtis began to take shape.
The band’s overall mission is pretty basic: keeping communication open between them and their fans. “No matter what, we’re never going to change the way we treat our fans and the ways we invest time in them, just like the way they invest time in us,” Novak says. “Regardless of what changes, we always want to have true relationships with our fans. That is our golden rule.”
Disco Curtis are :
Tanner on Vox and Guitar
AJ om Drums
Garret on Guitar (anyway he's so fckn CUTE omg)
Brenden on Bass
Some singles that i like from Disco Curtis :
Ashley,Breaking Hearts,Suprise Me.
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About Band :
Jeremy William Smith wasn’t one of those kids who sang into a hairbrush in front of the mirror dreaming of being a famous pop star.Jeremy is now the frontman and chief songwriting force behind Days Difference, a young quartet from Virginia Beach, VA, who are gearing up to release their self-titled debut album — a breezy collection of pop gems that showcases the melody-minded songwriting, expressive vocals, and dynamic piano sound of 21-year-old Jeremy. Jeremy formed Days Difference in May 2004 with his 23-year-old brother Jonathan on drums and another set of brothers, 22-year-old Micah and 23-year-old Jeremiah Ricks, who play bass and guitar, respectively. The siblings met when Jeremy and Jonathan filled in for a no-show pianist and drummer at a high school concert that Micah and Jeremiah were performing. “We jammed it out onstage and the chemistry and connection we had together was incredible,” Jeremy recalls. “We knew it was special and that we had to do something together.” Fully committed to giving the band a shot by May of 2006, Days Difference spent several years honing their propulsive pop sound by opening for artists such as Paramore, Lifehouse, Third Eye Blind, Jack’s Mannequin, and Yellowcard when those artists came through Virginia Beach. In 2007, they released an independent album, Numbers, then embarked on a nationwide tour.
Days Difference are :
Jeremy Smith : Lead Vocals and Piano
Jonathan Smith : Vocals and Drums (XOXO)
Jeremiah Ricks : Vocals and Guitar
Micah Ricks : Bass
Some singles that i like from Days Difference :
Are You Happy,Falling Into You,Radio Song
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3.School Boy Humor
About The Band :
It’s one thing to dream, and entirely another to make that dream reality: If you’re not willing to lay it all on the line, all the talent in the world still won’t bring you any closer to your goal. Despite their youth, this is something that School Boy Humor knows all too well.
From their not-so-distant days playing the clubs and basements of Little Rock, Arkansas all the way to your stereo, SBH have already traveled far and wide to get here, and their time has just begun. Running down the list of setbacks endured and sacrifices the band have made—everything from poverty to estranged parents to axed athletic careers—you have to wonder just what keeps the quartet going. Then you hear the songs, and it all makes sense.
“It’s rough not knowing when you’re going to eat again, or having to beg the promoter to buy you a pizza,” says vocalist/bassist Caleb Spillyards. “But I don’t have to wake up in the morning for a 9-to-5 job, and stress out about homework, and all of the other things we left behind. I think every path you take until you become successful is going to be tough in its own right.”
That spirit pervades the material the band recorded for its digital EP, Camera Shy But Still A Star, and their full-length debut on Vagrant (February 2009). Produced by the Geoff Rockwell (Forever The Sickest Kids, Sky Eats Airplane), the songs marry the band’s love of giant hooks and frenetic riffs with Rockwell’s flair for atypical rhythms and pulsing electronica, making for a sound that’s contemporary but also driving and eclectic. And lyrically, although relationships are a core topic as in most pop music, with powerful compositions like “This Is Your Life,” and “Don’t Look Back,” the band have also focused on something else they know all too well: what it means to be young kids chasing a dream.
SBH are :
Phil : Guitar/Vocals
Anthony Evans : Guitar/Vocals
Caleb Spillyards : Bass/Vocals
Greg : Drums
Some singles that i like from SBH :
Camre Shy,Don't Look Back,Realize
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