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Not Tonight Josephine / Bio

NOT TONIGHT JOSEPHINE – COMMON GOLD EP – 2013
“I'm running out of things to believe in; that's why I keep dreaming,” sings Danny Garry on “Don't Let Go,” from Not Tonight Josephine’s powerful new EP, COMMON GOLD. Within an industry built on dreams– and known for tearing them apart – it's an obvious sentiment but one sure to inspire listeners to dream and sing right along. COMMON GOLD finds Garry and guitarist Scott Vallina joining Randy Ayers (drums) and Evan Foley (bass/guitar) to craft a sound that’s tougher and edgier than ever before. From the A Day to Remember pop-core of “Common Gold” to the post-hardcore noise that ends “Alpha Dog,” there is now more brawn, more heart and more brains on display from Not Tonight Josephine. Spending the last five years deftly navigating the rough terrain of being an independent rock band today, Not Tonight Josephine has toured the Eastern US and shared the stage with bands ranging from A Day To Remember, Silverstein, and Anberlin to Sick Puppies and Drowning Pool. In releasing two EPs and a full-length, the band has worked with two acclaimed producers – Brett Hestla (Framing Hanley, Dark New Day) and most recently James Paul Wisner, whose work with Underoath, Paramore and Go Radio attracted the band in search of redefining themselves.

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General Info

Band Members
Danny Garry - Vocals; Scott Vallina - Guitar; Evan Foley - Bass, Vocals; James Purcell - Guitar; Christian Turt - Drums
Artist Name
Not Tonight Josephine
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/nottonightjosephine
Active Since
12/08
Genres
Rock / Post Hardcore / Pop Punk

Contact Info

Location
Tampa, FL
Manager
Kyle Kirkpatrick

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