New Found Glory
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New Found Glory tickets at Newport Music Hall,Columbus,OH on 5/22 3:30AM
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New Found Glory tickets at First Avenue,Minneapolis,MN on 5/25 3:30AM
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New Found Glory tickets at Starlite Room,Edmonton,AB on 5/30 3:30AM
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New Found Glory tickets at Rickshaw Theatre,Vancouver,BC on 6/1 3:30AM
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New Found Glory tickets at Showbox at the Market,Seattle,WA on 6/2 3:30AM
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New Found Glory
New Found Glory was earlier known as A New Found Glory. It is an American pop punk band, that came into existence in 1997 in Coral Springs, Florida. The band is now based in California. Founders of this band included Jordan Pundik, Chad Gilbert and Steve Klein, Ian Grushka and Joe Moreno. Moreno was replaced by Cyrus Bolooki after the band's first album was launched. Pundik and Klein were the ones who thought of the band's name. This was while they worked at Red Lobster. They decided to drop the ?A' because fans found it difficult to look for their albums at stores. New Found Glory went on a series of early tours. They toured along with a local band called The Vacant Andys.
New Found Glory launched their first full-length album in 2000. This was recorded with MCA and it was a self-titled album. It reached number 107 on the Billboard 200 album charts. It made to the number 1 spot on the Heatseeker chart. Their hit single "Hit or Miss" from this album made it to number 15 on the US modern rock chart. In 2001, the band became even more well-known. They recorded the Sticks and Stones album  which was to be launched in 2002. This album was their breakthrough record that debuted at number 4 on the Billboard album charts. It also sold 91,000 albums in its first week of sales. It also reached the top ten of the UK album charts. As opposed to an announcement from the band on March 28, 2005, James Dewees of The Get Up Kids and Reggie and the Full Effect had not joined the band as permanent members.
MTV.com posted an article of an interview with Chad Gilbert [June 14, 2006] in which he announced that the band's next album would be titled Coming Home. This was supposed to be launched on September 19, 2006. The first single "It's Not Your Fault" was also scheduled for release in July 2006. New Found Glory also announced that they would begin their tour in November 2006. For this tour, they said that Michael Bethancourt would join them. By June, "It's Not Your Fault" found its way onto the Internet, after it was launched on a Suretone Records sampler. The following month, the 2nd song from Coming Home, 'Hold My Hand', was also onto the Internet through fansites.
New Found Glory launched a cover of Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River "on Yahoo! Music's "Pepsi Smash Cover Art" [On August 23, 2006]. Another song from Coming Home, "Oxygen", was launched on New Found Glory's Myspace page [August].
Coming Home was launched according to schedule, September 19, 2006.
The band split from Geffen Records on March 20, 2007. Their future plan is to launch their upcoming LP From the Screen to Your Stereo Pt. 2 from their previous label, Drive-Thru Records [September 18, 2007]. Additionally, they plan to release a full-length album in 2008. Since the band has managed to meet its deadlines according to its promises, it is thought that the 2008 album will be released according to schedule.
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