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Green River Ordinance

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GRO: Bike ride during the dead of winter in a tank top. TX rules. How's everyone doin today? Better than this guy? -JW http://t.co/mnKHKCNX
posted 4 years ago
GRO: RT @GrahamColton: Happy to report I'll be supporting my pals @GRO on tour this Spring! Cities will be posted later. Exciting stuff people!
posted 4 years ago
GRO: Yesterday was a fun day! New single, new video AND in case you missed it we also posted NEW Tour dates! Check em out :: http://t.co/bnBGp4wF
posted 4 years ago
biography
Josh Jenkins, lead vocals, acoustic guitar, piano
Jamey Ice, electric guitar, banjo
Joshua Wilkerson, electric guitar, keys, background vocals
Geoff Ice, bass, background vocals
Denton Hunker, drums, percussion

Over the decade-long journey from their first incarnation as kids in Fort Worth, Texas to the upcoming release of their latest album, Under Fire, Green River Ordinance has evolved steadily. The powerful five-piece’s message on their upcoming release evokes the challenges and triumphs of its members as they continue to grow personally and artistically.

In 2007, GRO’s intensity and strong fan connection prompted EMI to sign them to Capitol Records. In 2009, Out of Our Hands, the band’s debut album shot to No. 10 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart and catapulted two singles, “Come On” and “On Your Own,” into the Top 40. GRO shared stages with Bon Jovi, Train, Counting Crows, Gavin DeGraw and other headliners; earned press coverage from CNN, Billboard and Alternative Press and got their music played on 56 network and cable shows along with three films.

And then, in July 2010, they walked away to start anew.

Working with producers Jordan Critz, Chad Copelin and Jarod Evans, ... (+) expand
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marcares (level 31) wrote:
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