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Just A Memory has played with Emphatic, Crossfade, Tantric, Nonpoint, Cold, In This Moment, Saving Abel, New Politics, Brand New Sin, Framing Hanley, Seasons After, and Taddy Porter among others.
Just A Memory started as a different band with a different name and a different sound. The original line-up began playing in August of 2008. In May through July of 2010 they changed their lineup, keeping only two original members, and raising the bar on their writing, tightening up their act with a commanding rhythm section and adding a female violinist with a rich, powerful singing voice to the mix. In early 2011 with a new sound and new members, the band saw it fitting to change the name as well. They deliberated for a few months, then changed their name to Just A Memory in May of this year. Currently they are self-managed and expanding their reach in the US.
Just A Memory is:
Joey DiMaggio: Lead Vocals
Joey captivates audiences with intense stage presence. He is a natural front man with an uncanny ability to write captivating hooks. He plays an amazing acoustic set, and has been known to pick up a guitar to rock out some rhythm with the band.
Leila Dean: Violin/ Vocals
This classically trained Violinist found her true passion infusing haunting and seductive violin and soaring vocals into hard rock riffs. When she takes the stage, her fierce elegance keeps audiences mesmerized.
"Nasty" Nate Hopper: Lead Guitar/ Vocals
This young musician has been given the moniker of “Nasty Nate” by fellow musicians for his burning guitar solos.
Rob Fehrman: Bass
Rob’s fearless and chaotic stage show has made the rest of the band develop ninja-like reflexes to avoid being knocked out. He keeps a rubber chicken with him at all times. He fears that certain death will befall him should he step on stage without it.
Joe "JC" Culotti: Drums
With rhythmic brilliance, Joe brings potency to Just A Memory's performance that’s unparalleled. His metal background brings a fresh vigor to the music without pushing it over the edge of the Rock genre boundary.