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Green River Ordinance
Green River Ordinance is an American rock band from Fort Worth, Texas. Their name refers to Green River Ordinances, laws which prohibit door-to-door sales unless the house's owner gives permission to do so. History Early Years Bassist Geoff Ice and guitarist Jamey Ice are brothers.[2] Early in their career (circa 2003), the band regularly did opening gigs with Flickerstick in Texas,[3] and by 2005 had toured with Collective Soul and played with Eisley and MUTEMATH, among others.[4] The band's… Читать полностью... Green River Ordinance is an American rock band from Fort Worth, Texas. Their name refers to Green River Ordinances, laws which prohibit door-to-door sales unless the house's owner gives permission to do so. History Early Years Bassist Geoff Ice and guitarist Jamey Ice are brothers.[2] Early in their career (circa 2003), the band regularly did opening gigs with Flickerstick in Texas,[3] and by 2005 had toured with Collective Soul and played with Eisley and MUTEMATH, among others.[4] The band's initial releases, a 2005 full-length and a 2007 EP,[5] were both released on the small independent label For Mona. Their debut release for Virgin Records, Out of My Hands, was released in February 2009, and garnered comparisons to 1990s mainstream rock acts such as Sister Hazel,[6] Third Eye Blind and Matchbox 20,[7][8] as well as contemporaries like Augustana and The Fray.[9] Out of My Hands peaked at #10 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.[10] The single "Come On" reached #17 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 late in 2009; "On Your Own" reached #37 on the same chart in 2010.[11] 2009/2010 Recap This fall season marks the 10th Anniversary of Green River Ordinance as a band. In 2009 and 2010,GRO saw tastes of much sought after success: Two Top 40 radio singles, songs on over 20 TV shows ("So You Think You Can Dance", "The Hills", "The Young & Restless"), two music videos on MTV and VH1, as well as tours with many famous music artists, such as American Idol winners David Cook & Kris Allen, Goo Goo Dolls, Collective Soul, Train, and Lifehouse.[12][13][14] Billboard Magazine even stated that "Green River Ordinance has established itself as a pop-rock act to keep an eye on in 2010."[15] GRO's Original Song “Rise Up” was featured on the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack (2010) alongside Mariah Carey, 3 Doors Down, Train, Rascal Flatts.[16] Their Capitol/Virgin Records debut album "Out of My Hands" and various singles have been featured on Zune, Walmart.com, AmazonMP3, iTunes, Rhapsody, Napster – as Staff Picks, Song of the Day, What’s Hot, Track of the Week, and other promotions. GRO left EMI on August 6, 2010 and proceeded to go on tour with the Goo Goo Dolls and Switchfoot 14 days later. Also, They were featured on every episode of MTV's show "If You Really Knew Me" and also had their video "On Your Own" featured after shows during credits on MTV, all of this while being independent of any label ties. On September 6, 2010, GRO released "The Morning Passengers - Acoustic Sessions EP" to iTunes only, and it was the #3 Billboard Heatseeker, as well as the #39 Billboard Independent Release.[17] Charity Work In April 2010, Green River Ordinance launched their own charity site, theHopeGROs.com, in order to help make a difference for those less fortunate. Through this site, Green River Ordinance offers ten songs for purchase and information on five charities each member of the band picked. The consumer can select which of the songs they would like to purchase and select which band member's charity they would like their money to go toward. 100% of the proceeds go to the charity of the consumer's choice.[18] On October 8, 2010, International Justice Mission released the Freedom CD exclusively through Family Christian Stores as a joint effort to raise funds and awareness to end global slavery. Green River Ordinance is featured on this CD with their song "Don't Give Up." They are alongside the biggest names in contemporary Christian music and are one of the only secular artists on the compilation due to their zealous passion on the topic of slavery. 13,000 physical units were sold the first week in stores.[19] On October 15, 2010, Green River Ordinance was direct support for Bon Jovi in Gulf Shores, AL as part of the BP-sponsored concert series "Concerts for the Coast," done in hopes of attracting tourists to the region in the off-season during the oil spill recovery. There were 37,000+ people in attendance.[20] Members Josh Jenkins - vocals, guitar, and piano Geoff Ice - bass and background vocals Denton Hunker - drums Joshua Wilkerson - guitar and background vocals Jamey Ice - guitar Discography The Beauty of Letting Go (For Mona, 2005) Way Back Home EP (For Mona, 2007) Out of My Hands (Virgin Records, 2009) Wait A Minute More EP (2010) The Morning Passengers EP (2010) Singles 2009: Come On 2010: Rise Up (Released on the Team USA Olympic soundtrack) 2010: On Your Own Other Links Website Links Official Website Charity Site Record Fund Music Videos Come On Dancing Shoes MTV: On Your Own Скрыть...
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