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“The best way to explain one of the most intensive rock bands in Dallas is to picture finding a diamond in the rough. One Minute Halo is that diamond in the rough.

One Minute Halo’s live show is a great example of how talented these young men are. With aggressive vocals from lead singer Jeromy Moorehead and his tremendous ability to control an audience from the stage, to the energetic presence of lead and rhythm guitarist Joey Catalano and TJ Johnson, the bass driving sound of bass player Chris Downs and the precise drumming skills of Brian B. One Minute Halo demonstrates its diversity and creativity to standout from the rest.

One Minute Halo is the diamond in the rough.”

Emmanuel (Email) Asante – radio DJ KVRK - 89.7 PowerFM – Dallas, TX

One Minute Halo merged onto The Dallas Music Scene in July of 2001. Bringing their unique mixture of melodic and heavy grooves to the masses. The band started with small underground venues gaining fans at every show. Soon they had a following that could not be ignored. After opening for such national acts as Sevendust, Trapt, Blindside, Thousand Foot Krutch, RED, Skillet, and Seventh Day Slumber, and touring with acts such as Taproot, One Minute Halo has a tour history under their belt that would rival most signed bands. “Music these days is so negative and in a world of so many negative events we need music that helps people get through the hard times and wake up every morning happy to be alive! It’s not about what has happened to us in the past, but about a higher purpose we are able to live through GOD. We need to burn the past away and focus on a new day,” says singer Jeromy Moorehead.

Edited by frail0281 on 2 Aug 2007, 14:23

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