Eve 6 makes songs people like. Eve 6 likes their own songs. Eve 6 likes songs from other musicians usually even more. But sometimes Eve 6's favorite songs are Eve 6 songs. "Inside Out", "Here's To The Night", and "Think Twice" are songs that people seemed to like even more than usual. Other well liked tunes are "Promise", "Anytime", and "Leech".
Eve 6's most well known song, "Inside Out", came out in the 90's, so some consider Eve 6 a 90s band. Now there's nothing wrong with the 90s. A fine decade to be sure. The Big Lebowski was released then. So were terrific albums by Green Day, Pete Droge, Depeche Mode, and Jawbreaker. But Eve 6 put out three albums between 1998-2003, the self-titled debut (1998), Horrorscope (2000), and It's All In Your Head (2003). Since most of their albums were released in the 2000s, Eve 6 only has two of it's six feet in the 90's. And yes, 6 feet=3 people, because Eve 6 is a trio.
Max Collins and Jon Siebels started Eve 6 (then called Yakoo, which turned into Eleventeen, which turned into Eve 6) in a La Crescenta, CA high school in 1995. Tony Fagenson joined the following year. They went on to release lots of music, tour the world, and have a jolly old time. But even with hit singles and healthy numbers of super-excellent fans, life on the road took it's toll and the band decided to take an indefinite hiatus in the summer of 2004. The members pursued various other projects until Max and Tony reformed the band in late 2007. Jon opted out in order to spend time on his other band, Monsters Are Waiting, and production duties for other groups.
The new Eve 6 toured extensively in 2008/2009, and is currently readying material for the next album, due some time in 2010.
If Eve 6 were in a nutshell, that's what it would taste like.
The Audition are a pop/rock band from Chicago, Illinois. The band is comprised of drummer Ryan O'Connor, lead guitarist Seth Johnson and rhythm guitarist Timmy Klepek who are from Chicago, with lead vocalist Danny Stevens who is from Detroit, Michigan. The band was originally formed by former bassist Joe Lussa, former guitarist Bob Morris, former vocalist Evo Soria and current drummer Ryan O'Connor, and has gone through multiple lineup changes since then. The band's first release was a six track demo entitled "Every Scar Has It's Moment". Their First produced EP, "All In Your Head", was recorded at the gallery of carpet in chicago, it was the last album before all the current members were added to the lineup. In early 2005, they signed to record label Victory Records and followed that up with national touring. Afterwards, they released their debut album, entitled "Controversy Loves Company", which was the first LP on their new label, to mixed reviews. In early January 2008 they released their second studio album "Champion". On April 28th, 2009 they released their third studio album "Self-Titled Album". Their newest album, "Great Danger" produced by the Audition them selves is in stores now!
Fall From Grace
Seattle's Fall From Grace has become a member of the Bodog Music family, winning the coveted $1 million record contract on "Bodog Music Battle of the Bands." It was a night that will go down in Bodog history. Three bands stormed the stage at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip on Wednesday night and performed live for a screaming packed house, as well as millions of FUSE viewers. Fall From Grace, Blaxmyth and the "wildcard" Fear Nuttin Band all gave intense performances, but after viewers texted in their votes, Seattle punkers Fall From Grace took home the Bodog Music record contract!