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Unlisted After death is a Alternative Band Fusing Rock, R&B and Hip hop
Originally named Unlisted, They started with members Lace Dickerson on Keys, Dante Watson on Lead Guitar, Christina Baird on Violin, Tyrell Ferguson on Drums and Gina Dickerson on Bells.
In 2001 at a spring concert at Randallstown High school the band played their first song, Canon in D by Pachelbel with a Rock/hip-hop flare. At a winter concert the same year the band played as an officially named group "Unlisted" and added a member Aaron "Smokey" Donaldson on Keys. The song that was chosen was Trans Siberian Orchestra’s Carol of the bells (Christmas/ Sarajevo 12/24), they were immediately loved and received hundreds of school fans. After playing at almost every concert and a church, the band disbanded after High school and lost three members, Christina to school, Tyrell to The US Navy's Band, and Aaron, who was year younger then the other members. Smokey (Aaron) is now apart of the Baltimore band Grad Dai.
Busy with College, the remaining members rarely saw each other. Dante attended Morgan State in the Music program, Gina and Lace attended Stayer University in the Business Program, and the Music program at Catonsville Community College.
On the way home from work in 2005, Gina met the producer and manager of Beat Work Productions, W. Hairston Jr. He invited Unlisted to his studio and Gina, who was now on the guitar, Lace, Dante and a temporary drummer Terrence spent hours writing new music.
Lace and Gina decided to continue performing and added a permanent member to play drums. A good friend they knew since they were younger, Stixx (Travis Anthony) joined the band.
In2006, Stixx and Gina also played for Burning Bush ministries and went to play at different churches under the name "2 Deep"
They were accompanied by Lace at different times and once by Dante.
On January 16th, 2007, Dante Watson tragically lost his life to Gang violence and the band once again disbanded.
In 2010 Gina and Lace once again decided to start up again. Stixx was already assigned to various other musical performances and Unlisted needed a new drummer, Emperor One (Anthony Wicks) a good friend of Lace and Gina was ask to join.
Gina and One played together for awhile doing a lot of jam sessions and practices before Lace found an ad online requesting a Band to play for a "Battle of the Bands". Since there were only 3 members Lace and Gina decided to recruit. Dayvon a good friend of Lace was a young rapper from Jackson Mississippi, he was asked to rap a song for the show. Unlisted A.D decided not to part ways and asked him to be a Featured recurring artist. Gina wanted another Guitarist also and Draccnus Shock of Baltimore, MD was called for a temporary spot as a Lead Guitarist.
December 2010 Unlisted went to play their first show in years at Mex Baltimore, TSO Carol of the bells and What's up, a rap Dayvon wrote in Jackson, were the songs chosen.
They decided to add "After Death" or "A.D." to their name to commemorate the memory of Dante and to wear Red to signify their deep Christian Roots.
At a practice, One surprised the band when he co wrote the rap/song "Nasty" with Dayvon. One show later Stixx, who is also a vocalist, was asked back to play drums. He agreed and he and One switched back and forth Rapping, Singing, and Drums. Stixx also became an Unlisted A.D recurring artist as well.
The song "Whats up?" became a single in 2011 and Unlisted went to New York varies times in 2011 for different gigs in New York City.
With the help of Stixx and Dayvon, War was released in January 2013 accumulating 50,000 Youtube hits by February. Also Unlisted A.D.'s rendition of Tso's Carol of the bells titled Wicked Christmas was finally released December 2013 including a music video.
Unlisted's Mixtape "Out of the Basement" will be released in the beginning of 2015.