Everlife, a group composed of three sisters (Amber, Sarah, and Julia Ross), began out of the small town of Indiana, Pennsylvania. The three sisters started writing and performing when youngest sister Julia was only eight (now eighteen). With Sarah on the drums, Amber on the guitar, and Julia on keys, Everlife set out to play for anyone that would listen. Very soon, they were playing over 120 shows a year.
Their first #1 radio hit, "Lead the Way," first found prominent rotation on Pittsburgh's The Fish. Members of Everlife relocated to Nashville, Tennessee and were quickly signed to SHELTERecords. The girls worked with prominent producers Kevan Cyka and Dan Needham to produced their self-titled debut project. After signing with Disney, they contributed singles to several Disney soundtracks. They were eventually dropped from Walt Disney Records in 2007, but continue a strong relationship with Disney. They even opened for Miley Cyrus on the last six dates of her Best of Both Worlds Tour from January 25 in Lafayette, LA to January 31 in Miami, FL. According to their Official MySpace, they are now signed with 97 Records. 2.
A nine-piece funk/soul band from Detroit managed and produced by Jimmy Roach. The members were Dwayne Lomax, Rod Williams, Delores Whyte, Don Whyte, Eddie Taylor, Larry Johnson, Ron Payton, Lloyd Collier, and Leander Sanders. A deal with 20th Century Fox Records fell through and an album hung in limbo. Roach soon released the hard-to-find LP on his Jibaro label and issued a few singles including "Dream Machine" b/w "Have a Good Life" (1981) and a 12" track that did some business entitled "You're My Superhero." Slim sales and the inability to land a deal with a major caused Everlife to disband prematurely. 3.
Everlife was a Christian rock band that released one album in 2002, "Son of Man". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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