After playing out of L.A. for the better part of 3 years, Midnight To Twelve landed their radio single “Slam” on The WB’s One Tree Hill. “Slam” quickly started getting radio play after the airing of the show. It hit number one in Colorado and Washington and gained them airplay nationwide. This gained the band national attention and allowed them to leave the city of angels and start touring. “It was crazy getting emails from these fans in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Colorado. These were people in places we had never been who heard our song on the show and them all wondering when are we coming to their cities” said Jon Hartman (Lead Vocals). The band made the decision to hit the road. They bought a bus and converted it into a mini Prevost with 6 bunks, a lounge and of course; surround sound!
“This band is not afraid to put in the work and the sacrifice to make this happen”, says Al Baca (Bass). It is this attitude that has propelled this band to where they are today. After operating independently, Midnight To Twelve’s hard work and dedication began to pay off when in late 2005 the band signed with Kord Records and were immediately sent to the studio to complete a full length album. Multi-Platinum Producer Sylvia Massy-Shivy (Tool, Black Crows, System of a Down) was brought on board to help produce the album, “King of Spain” which was released in January of 2006.
Edited by Rhyme79 on 31 Mar 2012, 16:32
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