A few months later, they added a second guitarist to the equation by the name of Tad Oakes. Now the newly fabricated quartet felt like the mix was complete.They began playing as many shows as possible, though this was always a challenge as all of the members lived quite far away, and Steve had just started college. Regardless of this, they began to thrive and get only better at each practice., and doing as much as they could to pursue their love of this "band." Several months later, they had enough time and money to record their first album titled "Red Skies and Lullabies." The band was very excited to complete this project, and once it was finished, their excitement transformed into disappointment. They realized that the recordings did not live up to their expectations, and knew there were many aspects of the music they had to revamp.
The four marched on. They kept writing, playing, and doing their best to not give up, though the challenges only escalated further, due to all four members attending different colleges. In October of 2006, the band made the decision to replace Tad Oakes. They quickly assigned Adam "Hawry" Holley, a long time friend and "fifth unofficial member," to the position.
Things stayed this way until June of 2007 when Steve and Adam quit due to their own personal reasons. This left the finishing and Funding of the album in the hands of Ben and Kyle. In order to fill in the gap left by the two departing members, Garth Porter and Corey Swartz agreed to hop on board. Garth now plays Drums and Ben switched to playing guitar so that Corey could play bass.
Things have been going great with this new line up and the band has received a new breath of life. 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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