From: CA, United States
Genre: Pop, Rock, Singer/Songwriter
Even Elroy was recently featured on The Real World: Brooklyn Season Premier on MTV, with additional airings slated for shows on FoxSports, Lifetime, and USA network. Their single “Maybe Someday Soon” will be the theme song for The Restaurant, a brand new sitcom featuring the largest ever Boston SAG production currently in development for the BBC. Their music can be heard on over 200 independent and college radio stations nationwide, where they’ve reached “Top 5 Add” status in numerous college markets.
Drawing comparisons from Ben Folds to Crowded House to Van Morrison to modern Billy Joel, Even Elroy spans the spectrum of piano-based rock, with a clear focus on intelligent lyrics and cathy melodies. Referred to as “Refreshing and exciting, with a sound that will never fade,” (Evoution of Media), the group has worked hard to redefine themselves with each new release, while establishing their distinct brand of singer/songwriter rock.
Their latest effort, NO MORE RAINBOWS, marks the group’s third full-length studio release in four years, and features some of Northern California’s finest musicians, including the Stanford University marching band. They have recorded with members of Train, the Counting Crows, and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Previous releases include NOTHING’S REALLY CHANGED (2006), RED JACKET (2004) featuring Steve Bowman (Counting Crows), and music videos for Girls Kissing Girls and Another Song About Life.
Even Elroy was formed in 2003 by lead singer Jeff Michaels, former keyboardist for the band Luce.