Bobaflex are an American hard rock band from Point Pleasant, West Virginia. They were part of Gigantour in 2005 and Rock on the Range in 2008. Formed in 1998 with current members John Hoskins, Jerod Mankin, Shaun McCoy, Tommy Johnson and Marty McCoy
Bret Michaels (born on March 15, 1963) is the lead singer of the popular 80's glam metal band Poison. Over the last few years, he's released solo material and toured smaller venues alone.
Multiple artists are known as Foundation: 1) An Atlanta straight edge band which recently signed to Bridge 9 Records.
Saving Abel is a post-grunge rock band from Corinth, Mississippi, formed in 2004 by Jared Weeks and Jason Null. The band's name references the biblical story of Cain and Abel. Band member Jason Null came up with the name saying “I Googled the story of Cain and Abel and found a line about ‘there was no saving Abel,’ which just jumped out at me.
Theory of a Deadman is a rock band from North Delta, British Columbia, Canada signed by Nickelback vocalist Chad Kroeger to 604 Records. The band also includes traits of other music styles, such as country, metal and more acoustic elements. The band's lead singer, Tyler Connolly, gave Chad Kroeger a demo tape of their music while at an after-show party.
Trapt is an alternative band from Los Gatos, California. The band formed in 1995, after meeting in high school, with members: Chris Taylor Brown (vocalist), Simon Ormandy (guitarist), Peter Charrell (bassist) and David Stege (drummer) and recorded the albums 'Amalgamation' and 'Glimpse' to sell at local shows.