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What is Hour Eleven?
It’s about you and what you are going to do.
It’s about living the day as if it’s your last.
It’s about living your dreams not someone else’s.
It’s about giving everything you have for that last chance.
It’s about making that difference in someone’s life.
It’s about spending that moment with the ones your care about.
Its living your life like its Hour Eleven.
It’s who we are and what we believe in.
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Rock band, Hour Eleven, was formed officially spring time of 2010 in Riverside,
CA. The many musical influences from the four members helped Hour Eleven
create the style and sound they were looking for and can now call their own.
There were several member changes through the first year; Hour Eleven's current
members are Dan Daniels (Vocals, Guitars), Sean Silas (Guitars, Vocals), Marcus
Santos (Bass) and Joseph Estrada (Drums).
After establishing the current lineup; Hour Eleven released their 5 song EP “All
it was a Memory” and on April 29, 2013 the band released their self-titled debut
album “Hour Eleven”. Hour Eleven opened up for Sevendust at The Yost Theater
in 2011, recorded with legendary guitarist Phil Collen of ”Def Leppard” in 2012;
Hour Eleven has headlined at The Glasshouse, Fender Museum, performed at numerous venues
such as Anaheim’s House of Blues, The Whisky a Go-Go and in 2012, Hour
Eleven’s EP charted in the top 50 for 6 consecutive months on the Reverbnation
Rock Top 200 chart.
Since joining together, Hour Eleven has sold over 3,000 units, via their website
and live performances throughout California. The group’s fan-base consists of over
17,000+ fans strong worldwide; with several of these fans being active members
that distribute flyers, stickers and CD samplers. Hour Elevens’ current draw is
about 200 people locally and continues to grow.
Examiner.com, April 13, 2013
“Thank God or whomever/whatever you believe in, Great Music is still alive and
it can be found in the new full length album (13 total tracks) by Hour Eleven. I
have seen Hour Eleven live and was thoroughly impressed. Even better, I saw
them perform in a small venue where many bands fail to give 100% due to lack of
attendance or venue prestige. They played that lil' dive bar like it was a stadium
and earned my respect from that day forward”.