Combining American rock with UK influenced melodies, Halo Stereo is leaving crowd after crowd begging for more. The band incorporates samples and synthetics to give depth and vigor to its already edgy rock sound. Halo Stereo’s songs are streamlined to hit the listener hard with a sound they won’t forget. They cut out the fluff and go straight for the hearts and souls of the listeners.
The band was formed in 2002 by front man Andrew Fry and bassist Jody Hicks. The two grew up near Huntsville, AL and played in a number of local bands. After high school, Andrew and Jody moved to Nashville, TN where they met up with drummer Brian Meeks and Guitarist, Nathan McDonald. With all the members now in place, Halo Stereo began its rise to musical excellence.
In 2006 Halo Stereo released their impressive self-titled debut with Grammy award winning producer Bill Cuomo. Two years later Halo Stereo released “The Invisible War,” which garnered them wider attention. These great albums, along with their unforgettable live performances and increasing radio play are taking Halo Stereo to a new level.
Halo Stereo’s unique sound is making believers out of critics and professionals alike. Winners of several awards, including FUSE TV’s “Unsigned Artist of the Month” and Budweiser’s “Band of the Year,” Halo Stereo’s fame is ever growing. With the corporate muscle ICM Sync now behind them, Halo Stereo’s music has been featured on A&E’s “The Cleaner” and the CBS show “Three Rivers” as well as iPhone game “Tap Tap Revenge” which has sold over 15 million downloads.
This year the Halo Stereo will play perform in the USO showcase tour, the Red Gorilla Music Festival, and the European Music Days festival held in Paris, France.
For more information on Halo Stereo, visit: www.halostereo.com. For downloads and more check out: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-invisible-war/id279587128.Read also...
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