Bobaflex was established in 1998 by the McCoys. The brothers are no strangers to the press, having ancestral ties to the most infamous family feud in American history, between the Hatfields and the McCoys which almost caused a war between the states of West Virginia and Kentucky in the 1880s.
Shaun said in an interview that the band's name was inspired by the bounty hunter Boba fett from Star Wars they have released three albums and are featured on the Gigantour DVD/CD. The latest album titled Tales From Dirt Town was released on 30 October 2007. The unique thing about the band is the two frontmen, brothers Shaun and Marty McCoy, who trade guitar and lead vocals, depending on the song.
Another Lost Year
With 2 number 1 songs straight off of ClearChannel/iHeartRadio and exponential growth have helped launch the Charlotte, NC quartet known as Another Lost Year, in to one of the next big names in Active Rock. Logging over 22 months on a grueling tour schedule that has had ALY sharing the stage with Candlebox, Sevendust, Sick Puppies, Adam Gontier, Trapt, Nonpoint, Deuce, Hinder, Saving Abel, Dope, Saliva, Devour The Day, Fight or Flight, and a list of others, ALY has made a ton of noise and turned many heads from deep within the beast known as the music industry.
The Complication encompasses an array of emotion and movement, creating earworms with undeniable pop hooks while at the same time, making you want to start up the mosh pit, with driving drum & bass/guitar rhythms and in-your-face vocal power. Offerings reflect on relationships and heartache, personal struggles, lessons learned, and hard lessons still being learned. The band: Songwriting partners Annie B (guitar) & Cameron Collard (bass), while various musicians sit in with the band for their live shows.
Award-winning singer/songwriter Annie B started her career out on the West Coast. She moved to Los Angeles in 1999 and headlined L.A.'s best clubs with her band Shut Up Marie for 7 years. S.U.M. picked up loads of press and college & commercial radio airplay all over the U.S. & appeared on national airplay charts, being heard on numerous radio stations from New York to L.A. with their 2 CD releases. She relocated to Milwaukee in 2008, and has been since building on that momentum with The Complication.
Late Night Fights
Out of the bi-polar, seasonally depressed, alcohol-induced acid-reflux heart of the north emerges Minneapolis rockers Late Night Fights. Drawing influences from Grunge, Alternative, and Post-Hardcore, the recently-released debut album Jousthouse, co-produced by James Harley (Quietdrive, Prince) and vocalist/guitarist Ryan Guanzon (formerly of New Medicine), and mixed by Dan Korneff (Breaking Benjamin, Pierce the Veil), delivers angst and melody reminiscent of the Grunge era, but with a modern edge. Late Night Fights has has just finished recording their sophomore release, an EP entitled Renal 911. The trio features Ryan Guanzon, Shane Peckham (In The Line of Duty/King Fish Crow) on bass, and Daniel Johnson (Devilinside/Blue Ox) on drums. Late Night Fights is the rock response to all the physical, psychological, and emotional battles that keep you up at night.
Something For Tomorrow
Something For Tomorrow is Hard Rock/Metal with acoustic and progressive elements