Cleveland's americanrockstar will make you feel. Rising above the sea of mediocrity that commercial rock radio has become, their music stirs up emotion that sticks with you from the first listen. Songs like "Holiday," "Tonight," and "Somewhere to Run" (all from the band's new 10-song release) rock passionately, channeling a wide array of influences into a powerful radio-ready sound. Known for its unforgettable hooks and high-energy performances, the band has earned a large and diverse fan base.
americanrockstar staked their claim to the Cleveland radio market right out of the box with the release of their 2000 self-titled debut. Several songs achieved noteworthy status, including the following:
*"Poison Summer" - #1 on WSTB's Top 15 Countdown
*"Crusher" - #2 on WSTB's Top 15 Countdown and #4 on WDUB Internet Radio's Top 100 Songs
*"Superhero" - #30 on WSTB's Top 100 Songs of the Year
*"Okay," "Superhero," and "Poison Summer" received heavy airplay on WXTM (Infinity Broadcasting)
americanrockstar's new release, "All That's Left is All That's Right," has already generated an overwhelming response from listeners and seasoned industry professionals worldwide with its first single, "Holiday." Just two weeks into its release, "Holiday" became the #1 requested song on WSTB. The song also reached #4 on WDUB Internet Radio's Top 100 Songs within one month. "Holiday" also became an overnight success on GarageBand.com, maintaining a 4 to 5 (out of 5) star rating.
americanrockstar has found its niche with listeners who crave both emotion-provoking pop and cutting-edge modern music. With its combination of energy, showmanship and undeniable songs, americanrockstar is poised to rise to the next level in its career.
*Showcased at the 2002 EAT'M Conference in Las Vegas, NV.
*Showcased at the 2001 2NMC Conference in Nashville, TN.
*Opened for several national acts, including Trapt, Sponge, Days of the New, 30 Seconds to Mars, Veruca Salt, and the Clarks.
*Regularly headlines Cleveland's premier concert venues, including the Odeon, Peabody's, and the Hard Rock Cafe.
*Cleveland's two largest rock radio stations WMMS and WXTM frequently sponsor shows and have featured the band as an on-air guest.
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