They wanted to start a band that exemplified the musical abilities of all it's members. Brandon brought in Justin Cooper for the guitar position. Then with bass, drums, and guitar filled, PAPERSTREET began writing and looking for a front man. Newcomer Luke Daly filled the remaining position.
But after one and a half great years with Luke, they had to part ways late in 2004. After a few weeks off, PAPERSTREET started holding auditions. In the next weeks the band was introduced to Chris Reece. "Chris came to his audition and blew us away." Chris' voice and ear for melody was what the band needed.
His dedication and drive for success matched the band's energy and direction. With the components of PAPERSTREET reassembled, they spent the next couple of months writing songs for demos to reintroduce themselves to the rock world. In early 2005, PAPERSTREET debuted their improved sound and new singer to rave reviews. In mid 2005 PAPERSTREET entered the studio to record their debut album.
"Everything is Alright" was released in late 2005 to rave reviews. PAPERSTREET spent several weeks on AlternativeAddiction.com's top ten unsigned bands in the counry. They have been added to the playlist at egln internet radio and are the top requested unsigned band. Read more on Last.fm.
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