Since day one, Oh No No has always had one main goal, to put on the craziest, most intriguing live show possible. The band started from humble beginnings… lead singer/songwriter/frontman Jared Corder moved to Nashville straight out of college, not to pursue country music, but to start a rock band. With no experience in Nashville and no money to his name, Jared enlisted the help of early members an...d began writing songs and dreaming up big ideas of shows with costumes, confetti, crowd sing-alongs and more. Regardless of the venue capacity or size of the crowd, Oh No No gives 110 percent every time they step on stage. With the implementation of ‘off-the-wall’ stage antics, their performances has caught the attention of writers for reviews in Deli Magazine and American Songwriter.
In the summer of 2010, Oh No No was ready to make an EP. However, with little time and less in the bank, Oh No No was forced to make the EP ‘guerrilla style’; sneaking into recording studios at night, recording for hours on end until someone showed up. The EP, “Tren Del Sexo” (The Sex Train), was released in December of 2010 and drastically helped to increase the bands popularity.
Fishbowl Records contacted Oh No No and decided to make an offer the band couldn’t refuse: a record deal, promotions and the kind of help that the band needed most. At the same time the band brought on a new bass player, Jed Riley, and a new slide/lead guitarist, Charlie Abbott. Together with drummer Shawn Meehan the band is solid, united, and recently released their debut full-length album ("Uh Oh!") to the world.