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7 Months Later / Bio

Blending sounds of in your face classic rock guitar with modern edgy hooks and keys, the Florida 4 piece knows how to create music that hits right to the hearts with a live show that makes you wonder how you never heard of these guys. The lyrics are heartfelt and honest while the melodies stick in your head like you’ve know it your whole life.

The group brings frontman Chris Ganoudis’s vocals and guitar with lead guitarist Adam Sliger, Bassist Dave Whitmore and drummer Nick Davila to the forefront of Florida’s alt rock scene.With their music featured on WJRR Orlando fans have been hearing a taste of what the band brings to the table. Despite only playing music a few years 7ML sounds well seasoned both recorded and live. The release of the 2010 EP “By the Light” ,produced by Evan Coffman and Brock Berryhill (Alter Bridge/Versa Emerge/Rocket To The Moon) at Starlight Studios, has earned them the respect of peers twice their age.

2011 brings the release of the first full CD produced again by Coffman and Berryhill, “Time To Decide” with the singles “Just Pretend” & “Disengage” hitting radio on top of interviews in this January’s Stitched Sound and February’s Axis Magazine, countless blogs and Fox35 Good Day Orlando. The band will spend the spring hitting up Florida including shows at UCF and opening for Minus the Bear at the Florida Music Festival while finishing up high school (something you wouldn’t expect from just hearing the music). The summer brings an upcoming tour that will be announced during the spring. The future for this band is an open road as the music says more than words can.

Email us:
Chris@7monthslater.com
Adam@7monthslater.com
Dave@7monthslater.com
Nick@7monthslater.com

Management:
Chris@leahyentertainment.com

General Info

Band Members
Chris Ganoudis, Adam Sliger, Nick Davila, David Whitmore
Artist Name
7 Months Later
Profile Page
https://www.reverbnation.com/7monthslater
Active Since
06/07
Genres
Alternative / Rock / Pop

Contact Info

Location
Winter Springs, FL
Manager
Chris Leahy/Leahy Entertainment