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Hero Jr.
Indianapolis, United States

It's not every band that has the ability to set up a few microphones in the living room, hit record, and finish up a half day later with a new record. That's the way Hero Jr. recorded their last two albums, Mixed Race Indiana Marriage and Tower 18. Add a capacity crowd and you're in the front row for their latest 15 song live concert recording and full length concert film 6-6-LIVE.. Hero Jr. has spent the last three years touring the country with 150-200 shows a year at clubs and festivals including support for Tom Petty, The Offspring, Queensryche, The Answer, Tantric, Alice Cooper.... Hero Jr. is in their element on stage where no two adventures are the same. The legendary audio company Klipsch has embraced and supported the Hero Jr. vibe by including them as one of a few artists in their Emerging Artists program for 2015. Klipsch has supported the 6-6-LIVE project from conception to completion and is an integral member of the Hero Jr. Family.. 6-6-LIVE was recorded in Indianapolis, IN at Grove Haus. The special all ages show is unedited and has not been overdubbed, catching the band in a dynamic and inspired show. No two Hero Jr. concerts are the same. The band stretches and twists the songs at will depending on where each show takes them. Included in this magic 6-6 set is a rare cover of The Beatles classic Eleanor Rigby, and unrecorded live staples MRIM, Witness and Take. Fan favorites Bottom Of The End and Anne Boleyn find new lives in extended jams along with a selection of tunes from the band's first four studio recordings. A good chunk of Hero Jr.’s hours in the tour van are spent listening to comedy and podcasts. Bill Burr, Marc Maron, Louis CK, Jim Florentine, Joey Coco Diaz, Joe Rogan, and George Carlin are a few favorites. The band members are fascinated and inspired by the similarities between comedy and rock music. The comics’ stories of hardcore rejection, growing ‘thick skin’, and sticking to and fighting for their beliefs while moving up the food chain resonate deeply within the band. Hero Jr. continues to combine the tradition of Midwestern hard hitting rock music with a twist of 70s British, and have been described as comfortably familiar yet completely unique. Hero Jr. is in it for the long haul. "...we all know that a rock band that doesn't have a good 3-5 years of dues paying doesn't have much chance of being around for a while. It's all about the music and that speaks entirely for itself." Hero Jr. in 128 words... Evan and Matthew are Michigan brothers. They played in bands. Evan moved to Bloomington, IN. Matthew went to college. Los Angeles Ken flew to Bloomington after moving to Europe and met Evan. They wrote and recorded a quick EP (in a day quick) and Ken flew back over the pond and didn't return for 9 years. New York Dave and Evan met in Indianapolis, IN. at an open mic night. Hero Jr. seed is planted and sprouts when Matthew moves to Indy with a college degree from MSU. Rehearsals. Tours. Records... One of them, Backup Plan, was written and recorded with Ken via SKYPE from London. After ceaseless arm twistings, Ken comes to Indy for a jam and a CD release party. He never left. They kick ass.

Hero Jr.
Indianapolis, United States

It's not every band that has the ability to set up a few microphones in the living room, hit record, and finish up a half day later with a new record. That's the way Hero Jr. recorded their last two albums, Mixed Race Indiana Marriage and Tower 18. Add a capacity crowd and you're in the front row for their latest 15 song live concert recording and full length concert film 6-6-LIVE.. Hero Jr. has spent the last three years touring the country with 150-200 shows a year at clubs and festivals including support for Tom Petty, The Offspring, Queensryche, The Answer, Tantric, Alice Cooper.... Hero Jr. is in their element on stage where no two adventures are the same. The legendary audio company Klipsch has embraced and supported the Hero Jr. vibe by including them as one of a few artists in their Emerging Artists program for 2015. Klipsch has supported the 6-6-LIVE project from conception to completion and is an integral member of the Hero Jr. Family.. 6-6-LIVE was recorded in Indianapolis, IN at Grove Haus. The special all ages show is unedited and has not been overdubbed, catching the band in a dynamic and inspired show. No two Hero Jr. concerts are the same. The band stretches and twists the songs at will depending on where each show takes them. Included in this magic 6-6 set is a rare cover of The Beatles classic Eleanor Rigby, and unrecorded live staples MRIM, Witness and Take. Fan favorites Bottom Of The End and Anne Boleyn find new lives in extended jams along with a selection of tunes from the band's first four studio recordings. A good chunk of Hero Jr.’s hours in the tour van are spent listening to comedy and podcasts. Bill Burr, Marc Maron, Louis CK, Jim Florentine, Joey Coco Diaz, Joe Rogan, and George Carlin are a few favorites. The band members are fascinated and inspired by the similarities between comedy and rock music. The comics’ stories of hardcore rejection, growing ‘thick skin’, and sticking to and fighting for their beliefs while moving up the food chain resonate deeply within the band. Hero Jr. continues to combine the tradition of Midwestern hard hitting rock music with a twist of 70s British, and have been described as comfortably familiar yet completely unique. Hero Jr. is in it for the long haul. "...we all know that a rock band that doesn't have a good 3-5 years of dues paying doesn't have much chance of being around for a while. It's all about the music and that speaks entirely for itself." Hero Jr. in 128 words... Evan and Matthew are Michigan brothers. They played in bands. Evan moved to Bloomington, IN. Matthew went to college. Los Angeles Ken flew to Bloomington after moving to Europe and met Evan. They wrote and recorded a quick EP (in a day quick) and Ken flew back over the pond and didn't return for 9 years. New York Dave and Evan met in Indianapolis, IN. at an open mic night. Hero Jr. seed is planted and sprouts when Matthew moves to Indy with a college degree from MSU. Rehearsals. Tours. Records... One of them, Backup Plan, was written and recorded with Ken via SKYPE from London. After ceaseless arm twistings, Ken comes to Indy for a jam and a CD release party. He never left. They kick ass.

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It's not every band that has the ability to set up a few microphones in the living room, hit record, and finish up a half day later with a new record. That's the way Hero Jr. recorded their last two albums, Mixed Race Indiana Marriage and Tower 18. Add a capacity crowd and you're in the front row for their latest 15 song live concert recording and full length concert film 6-6-LIVE.. Hero Jr. has spent the last three years touring the country with 150-200 shows a year at clubs and festivals including support for Tom Petty, The Offspring, Queensryche, The Answer, Tantric, Alice Cooper.... Hero Jr. is in their element on stage where no two adventures are the same. The legendary audio company Klipsch has embraced and supported the Hero Jr. vibe by including them as one of a few artists in their Emerging Artists program for 2015. Klipsch has supported the 6-6-LIVE project from conception to completion and is an integral member of the Hero Jr. Family.. 6-6-LIVE was recorded in Indianapolis, IN at Grove Haus. The special all ages show is unedited and has not been overdubbed, catching the band in a dynamic and inspired show. No two Hero Jr. concerts are the same. The band stretches and twists the songs at will depending on where each show takes them. Included in this magic 6-6 set is a rare cover of The Beatles classic Eleanor Rigby, and unrecorded live staples MRIM, Witness and Take. Fan favorites Bottom Of The End and Anne Boleyn find new lives in extended jams along with a selection of tunes from the band's first four studio recordings. A good chunk of Hero Jr.’s hours in the tour van are spent listening to comedy and podcasts. Bill Burr, Marc Maron, Louis CK, Jim Florentine, Joey Coco Diaz, Joe Rogan, and George Carlin are a few favorites. The band members are fascinated and inspired by the similarities between comedy and rock music. The comics’ stories of hardcore rejection, growing ‘thick skin’, and sticking to and fighting for their beliefs while moving up the food chain resonate deeply within the band. Hero Jr. continues to combine the tradition of Midwestern hard hitting rock music with a twist of 70s British, and have been described as comfortably familiar yet completely unique. Hero Jr. is in it for the long haul. "...we all know that a rock band that doesn't have a good 3-5 years of dues paying doesn't have much chance of being around for a while. It's all about the music and that speaks entirely for itself." Hero Jr. in 128 words... Evan and Matthew are Michigan brothers. They played in bands. Evan moved to Bloomington, IN. Matthew went to college. Los Angeles Ken flew to Bloomington after moving to Europe and met Evan. They wrote and recorded a quick EP (in a day quick) and Ken flew back over the pond and didn't return for 9 years. New York Dave and Evan met in Indianapolis, IN. at an open mic night. Hero Jr. seed is planted and sprouts when Matthew moves to Indy with a college degree from MSU. Rehearsals. Tours. Records... One of them, Backup Plan, was written and recorded with Ken via SKYPE from London. After ceaseless arm twistings, Ken comes to Indy for a jam and a CD release party. He never left. They kick ass.

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