Originally formed in 1997, Come and Go was founded with a focus on original songwriting and performance. Early performances were set in local Malibu cofeehouses and consisted of acoustic material. As Come and Go's following increased they moved toward developing a more modern, electric sound. Staying close to their fan base, the band polished their sound with weekly gigs at the Malibu Inn.
Moving out of the Malibu area in the fall of '99, the band set their eyes to the stages of Hollywood. Performing at clubs such as the Whisky-A-Go-Go and the Coconut Teaser, the band promoted it's self-produced and released album 'SMOKE', selling over 400 units, and bringing in fans from as far away as Washington D.C. to catch their performances.
Come And Go released their second LP (and 1st live album), 'NOT DEAD IN L.A.' in the spring of 2000. This album captured the excitement and energy of the band's stage show with a full crowd at one of the premiere clubs on the Sunset Strip. It has been their best selling album to date, moving over 500 units, and being purchased as far away as the United Kingdom.
With the success of NOT DEAD IN L.A., the band had the opportunity to play larger venues, and expand their music outside of the Los Angeles area. The highlight of these ventures came when Come And Go played at Arco Arena for as many as 6,000 people.
Their long awaiting studio LP, 'OUT OF THE VALLEY', marks their first sessions with engineer Michael Jessup. Recording at Expressions Studios in Berkeley California, this LP captures the true rock sound of Come And Go on a professional studio album. It is being released on St. Patrick's Day, March 17th, 2001 @ the Whisky A GoGo accompanied by a live show by the band.
1. Out of the Valley
2. One Night Man
3. One Step
4. My Salvation
5. I'm Away
8. I'm Not Ready
9. The Big Hit
10. Lost In Nights