Biography

There are at least 5 Astorias.

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Astoria (Orange, Ca) Formed in 2001 and released their only EP “Start Again.” Its original memebers have gone on to form such bands as The Color Turning, Jamison Parker, and now lead singer Alex Hovis is fronting Paper Models. He joined up with ex-JamisonParker members Ted Vega and Jarrod Alexander and ex-Home Grown guitarist Dan Hammond to form Paper Models in 2005.

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Astoria (Marlton, New Jersey) Was a shortlived pop-punk/emo-rock band that started in Late Summer 2002 broke up in August of 2003. They have two releases. November 2002 they released “You were good, But your sister was better” EP and in March 2003 Released their Full-Length Album “Wish You Were Here”.

Members Went on to form From Russia With Love, Shot By Surprise, The Exchange Route, Dear Rose, and more.

Members:
Matt Myers-Bass/Vocals
Jason Renoff-Guitar/Vocals
Steve Sexton- Guitar/Vocals
Mike Bauer- Drums/Backup Vox

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Ska-punk/ Ska-core band from Fukuoka, Japan
Members:
Satoru (Guitar, Vocals)
Yuji (Bass, Vocals)
Jiro (Drums, Chorus)
Ritz (Tenor Trombone)
Sae (Tenor Sax)


(4.)—————————————-
Banda de Punk pop/hardcore de Sao Paulo, Brazil
Members:
Leo(Voz e Guitarra),
Julio(Bateria),
Leandro(baixo e Voz)

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Astoria (Washington, DC) formed in the mid to late 90’s. Playing music in the vein of mid 1990s “emo” or post-hardcore along the lines of Texas is the Reason and The Promise Ring. Astoria recorded six songs which appeared on their demo tape. Members were also in Frodus and Good Clean Fun.

Edited by DXCharger7 on 1 Apr 2011, 20:19

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