Stereoside

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Stereoside
OriginOcala, Florida, United States
GenresHard rock
Post-grunge
Years active1998-Present
LabelsBieler Bros. Records
Websitewww.stereoside.com
MembersJeff Shields
Ben Foster
David Oliver
Chris York
Past membersEddie Sweeney
 
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Stereoside
OriginOcala, Florida, United States
GenresHard rock
Post-grunge
Years active1998-Present
LabelsBieler Bros. Records
Websitewww.stereoside.com
MembersJeff Shields
Ben Foster
David Oliver
Chris York
Past membersEddie Sweeney

Stereoside is an Ocala, FL, post-grunge ensemble. The line-up features lead singer Jeff Shields, bassist David Oliver, drummer Chris York, and guitarist/vocalist Ben Foster. Formed in the late '90s out of the band 60 Cycle Hum, Stereoside released an album in 2005 with original vocalist Eddie Sweeney. Subsequently, Sweeney and Stereoside parted ways and Shields joined the ensemble in 2006 after winning a local singing competition. A year later, the band signed with the independent Beiler Bros. Records and soon after began work on its debut album with Shields. So Long was scheduled for release in September 2007.[1] 2010's Stereoside charted at No. 48 on Heatseekers Albums.[2]

Band members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums

YearAlbum details
2005Wake Up
  • Released: August 30, 2005
2007So Long
  • Released: September 25, 2007
2010Stereoside
  • Released: August 31, 2010

Singles

YearSongAlbum
2007"Sinner"So Long
2008"So Long"
2009"On Our Way"
2010"Black Sheep"Stereoside
2011"Trailer Park Scum"
2012"Amazing"

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.myspace.com/stereoside
  2. ^ "Stereoside chart history". Billboard. Retrieved 21 September 2010. 

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