Unlikely Heroes / Press

“FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2014 Local artists inks deal with record label to produce album Lynchburg, VA - Local band Unlikely Heroes recently joined forces with Tate Music Group to begin the production process for their new album, title to be announced soon. "We are so excited to have Unlikely Heroes joining our Tate Music Group family! They are already building a great fan base in Lynchburg with their strong Rock sound and superb energy. We can't wait to see how far they can go! " said Jade Frantz, the Director of A&R for Tate Music Group. Produced by Tate Music Group, the album will include 9 tracks and will be available nationwide at the Itunes Store, Amazon.com, or directly from TateMusicGroup.com.”

Jade Frantz - Tate Music Group

“Very Hot Band!! Unlikely Heroes will rock your world, all you have to do is give them a listen. The band's latest project is a musical molotov cocktail ready to explode the moment it hits your eardrums. Nothing but serious guitar thrashing here. Unlikely Heroes" is my favorite song, and believe me, it wasn't easy to decide which track I liked the most. I guess I like this one the most because it's named after the band and it's a great anthem to introduce these Unlikely Heroes. The guitars, drums, bass and vocals are all incredibly hot and I really dug the level of skill and energy with which these guys play. This song is a hit waiting to happen.”

“Another great song by the 'Heroes' is "Lost Cause", which is about being willing to take the pain to protect a situation doomed to fail. Great lyrical content and the vocal performance is just as awesome. Again, the music production is top of the line and showcases the band's cohesiveness. The entire track - music, singing, songwriting and production - is perfect and I'd totally pay to see these guys perform live in person. Overall, Unlikely Heroes are an amazing band of musicians who have an amazing project on their hands. Another cream of the crop band that I can't say enough good things about. I'd recommend them to anybody because they are Grammy bound. ”

“Orangeville’s Unlikely Heroes prepares for US tour. Local band heads south seeking exposure Unlikely Heroes:. “We want to bring back the era of rock.”into the foreground of the popular music scene. The Orangeville-based alternative rock group is preparing to embark on a tour of the United States. Their trip is part of the Extreme Tour.The tour will serve as an opportunity for the band to network with other musicians and expand its fan base.The group will perform in Toronto’s NXNE festival at the Hard Rock Café on June 17.The NXNE festival is a catalyst for numerous Canadian bands signing with major record labels. “We want to bring back the era of rock.The band’s name is based on a similar philosophy. They believe music producers don’t offer the same opportunities to all musical genres.“Hollywood just tells people they are not good enough. You have to act a certain way and look a certain way,” “We’re just average people, anyone can be a hero.””

“Unlikely Heroes play Kingdom Bound”

“Other bands and singers who stood out in my opinion were: Days of Old from Buffalo, NY; Brand New Endings from Innisfil, ON; Michael B. & The Sent Forth from Fulton, NY; Unlikely Heroes from Orangeville,”

“Unlikely Heroes played at Brampton Christian School to take their minds off their hunger as part of the World Vision 30 Hour Famine. The students raised over $10,000.”

“ Small-town Band Has Big-City Sound Unlikely Heroes Rocks the Stage at their Premiere Concert Dec 21, 2009 Tabitha Venasse Unlikely Heroes performed for the first time, along-side veteran performers Hello Kelly and Crash Paper Plane, bringing a unique sound to rock the show. Although the turnout at Saturday night’s Home For Christmas concert, starring Hello Kelly, was hardly a crowd, the music rocked the souls of those in attendance. Unlikely Heroes, which was the second of the three bands to perform, took the stage amidst cheers from friends, family and the small audience. The band consists of four members who hail from Orangeville, Ontario, consisting of brothers Sean and Tyler Emo, and twins Jacob and Adam Goudreault. Read more at Suite101: Small-town Band Has Big-City Sound: Unlikely Heroes Rocks the Stage at their Premiere Concert http://www.suite101.com/content/smalltown-band-has-bigcity-sound-a181818#ixzz19dD2aUOA”