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good morning reality

good morning reality

good morning reality


GMR started in January 1997 as the Pillsbury Buddhas with Jacob Pete, Josh Hagen, Mark Brand and Matt Quay. Later becoming Pills Bury Buddhas, The Booduhs, Alkutezio, then finally Good Morning Reality in April 2000. Mark left in April 1997 and garrrr joined, Matt left in Summer May 1997, Bobby joined Summer 1997. Without a drummer JP and garrrr started to play drums until Josh quit midshow in April 1999 and Scott Monaghan became the drummer. "Nothing Lasts Forever" was recorded Summer 1999 Read more on Last.fm
GMR started in January 1997 as the Pillsbury Buddhas with Jacob Pete, Josh Hagen, Mark Brand and Matt Quay. Later becoming Pills Bury Buddhas, The Booduhs, Alkutezio, then finally Good Morning Reality in April 2000. Mark left in April 1997 and garrrr joined, Matt left in Summer May 1997, Bobby joined Summer 1997. Without a drummer JP and garrrr started to play drums until Josh quit midshow in April 1999 and Scott Monaghan became the drummer.

"Nothing Lasts Forever" was recorded Summer 1999, after Winter hiatus the band returned in April 2000 with a new drummer named Justin, who lasted about half a show when he was kicked out and Scott returned to complete the show. Scott later left again in mid April and Mike DeMarco joined up. In late 2000 GMR opened for Midtown, Dashboard Confessional and The Movielife. In 2001 "There They Are, Arrest Them All" was recorded, then "The Wrecking Ball" EP.

Bobby left for Egypt with the Army and JP, garrrr and Mike recorded "Kill This. Save Parts." in September 2001. Upon returning from Egypt, Bobby rejoined and the 4 wrote a couple new songs and played a ton of killer shows including shows with Dashboard Confessional, Movielife, Midtown, Moneen, Drowningman, Vaux (then called Eiffel), Amanda Rogers, If Hope Dies, Home Grown, Finch, Fairmont, Kid Brother Collective and It Dies Today. But on Father's Day June 16th, 2002 the news arrived that JP had tragically passed away...

So on June 29th, Bobby, garrrr and Mike played one final song "The Sweetest Dilemma" to an audience of hundreds singing along and put GMR to rest with Jake... 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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