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"This Band is BAD ASS." - TOMMY LEE (MOTLEY CRUE)
Some bands define themselves with style; others prefer to use relentless touring. Still others seek notoriety with the quality of songwriting and musicianship, or with on-stage acrobatics and off-stage antics. It is rarely that a band comes along that possesses a piece of each of these “defining qualities,” yet remains defined by something else altogether: Its work ethic. San Antonio’s The Heroine is one such band. Working towards lofty (but achievable) goals is a credo that each member of this hammer-swinging, five-piece rock ‘n’ roll juggernaut lives each of his days by (four of the band’s members are contractors, while one is an aircraft mechanic). Whether the band is on or off the road, The Heroine works hard, and works its listeners harder
The Heroine was put on the national spotlight when they were flown to Hollywood to perform for Motley Crue at The Whisky A GoGo in front of a capacity crowd. That event scored them endorsements from Gibson Guitars, Ernie Ball Strings and a National Distribution Deal with Best Buy.
The Heroine tours Nationally having opened up for up shows for the likes Staind, Theory of A Deadman, Pop Evil, Nonpoint, Chiodos, The Showdown, As I Lay Dying, Every Time I Die, Maylene and The Sons, Dead Poetic, Waters Run Red, Endwell, Still Remains, Haste The Day, Calico System, Love Hate Hero, Secret Lives of The Fee Mason etc.