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Forever Falls formed in 2006.With influences ranging from Tool, Elton John, Motley Crue, and the Foo Fighters, the writing process quickly became a huge melting pot of ideas.With roots planted in the arena rock of yesteryear, and eyes on the indie scene, a chance meeting between friends developed into the group its individual members originally envisioned.The band quickly released two albums through indie label Set X Records.In June of '08 Forever Falls partnered with the Howard Rosen Agency. A successful North American college radio campaign followed (topping out in the top 10 in several college regions across the U.S. and Canada).In January 2009 Howard Rosen again championed the band to top 40 radio across the nation.The single, “Situations”, topped out on the Media Base top 200 chart at number 171 (next to renowned artists such as papa roach, framing hanley, matchbox 20, and many others).In March of 2009, Forever Falls joined Austin based Rock Army Records.With new material ready to go, Forever Falls hit the studio, and in June ’09 released their third studio effort, “The Devil In The Details”.In December '09 Forever Falls released the DVD "Inside the Details”.A funny, and insightful look into the world of a regional rock band.Armed with a newly expanded live show - featuring projectors, intelligent lighting, and backdrops, Forever Falls is currently bringing their brand of high octane rock to the masses via the new Rock Army Records offering, “Big Vision for a Small World” (released Dec. ‘10). The singles/music videos are currently available online.The band is focused on continually enhancing their live performance, and finding new ways to deliver to their fans.Forever Falls have opened for/shared the stage with Saliva, Sevendust, The Black Crows, Sick Puppies, Powerman 5000, Grand Funk Railroad, Halestorm, Evans Blue, Saving Abel, The Burden Brothers, Sammy Hagar, Fuel, Warrant, Faster Pussycat, Alice Cooper, The Living End, Ratt, Earshot, Dokken, and LA Guns.