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This Hawaiian band is sure to fill your day with positive rock and may just be the best excuse for you to dance this week. Goodbye Elliott’s lush pop rock sound screams Hawaii. The songs on the band’s second disc sound like moments from a film’s soundtrack, with epic arrangements and sing-a-long choruses. Music critics are beginning to take note of Goodbye Elliotts latest achievements.
"GOODBYE ELLIOTTS rock is honest and true. Straight forward with that perfect amount of pop. Catchy lyrics and riffs. This band is ready for the next step. Check them out! "- XM Radio (The Radar Report)
Song Catcher (an independent web music reviewer) had this to say about Goodbye Elliott's new music. "Ready for some class rock? You better be These are five very talented guys who will brighten up anyones day. Someone will take them on soon. They deserve to be Superstars. I dare you to disagree!!!"
Just from their first mainland tour the bands MySpace website received over 100,000 hits and added more than 30,000 new fans. Goodbye Elliott has played more than 100 venues, headlining packed out shows at such notable clubs as The Knitting Factory, The Key Club, House of Blues, and main stage at The Roxy in Hollywood.
Goodbye Elliott has been touring the mainland now for over 4 years and in 2013 they will return to California to debut their newest music featuring production from Award winning industry heavyweight Al Clay (PINK, The Pixies, and Sountracks for: Pirates of the Caribbean, DaVinci Code, Disturbia).
Its no wonder this band is making such a strong impact on audiences wherever they go. Goodbye Elliott has been rocking the Hawaiian Islands for years enjoying sold out shows, and top album sales in local music shops and retail stores across the Big Island.
Their music has been featured on XM Radio, Sirius Radio, AOL Music, Direct TV, i-Tunes and rock radio stations across North America & Europe.
"To hear their music, is to be a fan of their music" quotes one review in Total Production US magazine. The band appeals to a wide audience. It isn't just teens and young adults that connect with Goodbye Elliott's energetic live shows and undeniably unique approach to rock.
When asked to describe their sound their lead singer Jonny Stimac often refers to Jimmy Eat World, The Killers, and The Beach Boys as a few of their major influences.
Goodbye Elliotts "Running to California" CD release was the last full album in a series of independent CDs released by the bands five members. Fifteen original tracks were recorded by the group during their most recent visit to Amsterdam. The songs were produced by Jonny Stimac, Danny Stimac, and Rene De Vries. The tracks were mixed by Tim Schoenhals and mastered by recording legend, Tom Baker (Precision Mastering), in Hollywood, CA.
Remarkably, during the first few weeks of Goodbye Elliott's Running to California Album release, the band landed a surf company clothing sponsor, a feature film promotion with a major Hollywood studio, an invitation to be featured on a network television show and multiple indie record deal offers. Not bad for a group of talented young guys from Kona, Hawaii whose biggest thrill on the tour was the chance to visit Disneyland. Stay tuned as Goodbye Elliott debuts their new music in cities across the US in 2013.
Check out Goodbye Elliott's other sites: www.facebook.com/goodbyeelliott www.myspace.com/goodbyeelliott www.goodbyeelliott.com