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Jacksonville, Florida, USA (1997 – 2008, 2010 – present)

Yellowcard is a multi-platinum selling band from Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Their latest work Lift a Sail was released via Razor & Tie on October 7th, 2014.

Their music features a rare contribution to the genre, incorporating the use of a violin. Formed in 1997, the current line up consists of Ryan Key (vocals, rhythm guitar), Ryan Mendez (lead guitar, vocals), Sean Mackin (violin, vocals), Nathan Young on drums, and Josh Portman on bass.

Yellowcard was formed in 1997 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA after meeting at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. The band was made up of six members back then:

Ben Dobson (1997 - 2000) : vocals, Todd Clarry (1997 - 2001) : guitar, vocals, Sean Mackin (1997 - present) : violin, vocals, Warren Cooke (1997 - 2002) : bass, Ben Harper (not the same as Ben Harper) (1997 - 2005) : guitar, Longineu W. Parsons III (1997 - present) : drums.

Former members: Ben Dobson (1997 - 2000) : vocals, Todd Clarry (1997 - 2001) : guitar, vocals, Warren Cooke (1997 - 2002) : bass, Alex Lewis (2003 - 2004) : bass, backing vocals, Ben Harper (1997 - 2005) : lead guitar, Peter Mosely (2002 - 2003, 2004 - 2007) : bass, vocals, Sean O’Donnell of Reeve Oliver(2010–2012) : bass guitar, backing vocals

The band released their first album, Midget Tossing, in 1997 but with not much success.

Around that time their lead singer was replaced by Ryan Key who convinced the band that they couldn’t be successful in Florida, so they decided to move to Southern California.

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