Social Code

Travis Nesbitt Sings for Crowd with Pants Half Way Down Ass

Social Code (formerly Fifth Season) was a Canadian alternative rock band from St. Albert, Alberta. Social Code was founded in 1999 by the High School Friends Travis Nesbitt (vocals) and Logan Jacobs (bass) under the name Fifth Season. David Hesse (guitar) and Andrew Patrick (drums) completed the quartet. The first album “Patiently Waiting” was released… Continue reading Social Code

ZZ Top

Billy Gibbons Giving You All His Loving

ZZ Top is an American rock band that was formed in 1969 in Houston, Texas. With their mix of Texas blues, blues rock, boogie, southern rock and hard rock, ZZ Top had great success, especially in the 1980s, and filled concert halls and stadiums on extensive tours. The band members since 1969 are Billy Gibbons,… Continue reading ZZ Top

Sum 41

Deryck Whibley Being Himself

Sum 41 is an Alternative Metal band originally from Ajax, Ontario, Canada. The band was formed in 1996 and is currently comprised of Deryck Whibley (rhythm guitar, keyboards, lead vocals), Dave “Brownsound” Baksh (lead guitar), Jason McCaslin (bass), Tom Thacker (lead and rhythm guitar, keyboards) and Frank Zummo. (drums). In April 2013, drummer Steve Jocz… Continue reading Sum 41

Evanescence

Amazing Hair on Amy Lee

Evanescence (from Latin evanescere: “to disappear”) is an American alternative rock band from Little Rock, Arkansas. The group was founded by lead singer, pianist and songwriter Amy Lee and guitarist Ben Moody. The two met at a youth camp in Arkansas, where Moody heard Lee perform the song I’d Do Anything for Love by Meat… Continue reading Evanescence