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The Summer Set is a pop rock band based in Scottsdale, Arizona that currently comprises of Brian Dales as vocalist, John Gomez as backing vocalist, pianist and guitarist, Josh Montgomery as guitarist, Jess Bowen as drummer and Stephen Gomez as bassist. Formed in 2007, the quintet released their first album and full-length record titled Love Like This in October 2009, following which they made appearances on the CD series of Punk Goes Classic Rock issued by Fearless Records. This CD contained their cover of Kiss’s hit track Wanna Rock n Roll All Night. In a matter of a short while the band re-issued their debut album under the titled Love Like Swift in July 2010, and this time it featured five new cover songs initially performed by Taylor Swift. The group then went on to play on the 2010’s Warped Tour in which they took Glamour Kills Stage, and alongside also performed on Dirty Work Tour where they shared the stage with Hey Monday, All Time Low and Yellowcard. They have been playing regularly at many festivals and tours since then such as The Bamboozle festival, Vans Warped Tour, AP Tour by Alternative Press, Wonder of Younger Tour, and OurZone Magazine Tour that was held in the UK for seven days. They have performed with other big acts like Never Shout Never, Every Avenue, Hey Monday and The Cab. Some of their best known songs include When We Were Young, Thick as Thieves and Back to Start. The Summer Set tickets are considered to be quite a treat among rock, punk rock and pop rock fans that understand the band’s versatile rock palette.
Original members of The Summer Set namely brothers Stephen and John Gomez, and Jess Bowen got together in late 2007 to formally form their band with vocalist Brian dales. Stephen, John and Jess had already gained some experience of performing in a band while playing for Last Call For Camden alongside Kenney Brock and Weston Michl. This band had issued a CD called Keep Your Feet On Ground just prior to disbanding. When The Summer Set was founded, the group independently released their debut EP titled Love The Love That You Have by the end of 2007.
Soon enough The Summer Set signed a recording contract in April 2008 with the Militia Group and set out to work on their first EP called …In Color, which was released in June on iTunes, soon receiving many reviews on various music websites. The band then recorded a cover of Usher’s hit Love In This Club, which they performed in the pop punk style and released the track on their Buzznet page where they made it available for downloads. They released their next EP titled Meet Me On Left Coast by December 2008, featuring two entirely new songs alongside their version of Usher’s Love in This Club.
The Summer Set released their second studio album in July 2011 titled Everything’s Fine on Razor & Tie. In order to make this record the band quite some time on songwriting with help from Matchbox 20’s Paul Doucette and Whiskeytown’s Mike Dale in Nashville, among side producer John Fields whose repertoire ranges from Andrew W.K, Paul Westerberg all the way to Har Mar Superstar. They came up with demos similar in sound to their previous record, but after intense processing the end result came out to give a much different sound. The album presents another side of the band with a sarcastic title as described by Gomez, who has gone to further add that it is something of a ‘yin and yang’. The album produced hits like Someone Like You, Thick as Thieves, When We Were Young, and Back to Start, the latter three among which were included in a poll set by the group on their MySpace page. When We Were Young was the song most voted for after only a week of voting. The band has established quite a reputation for performing live in festivals, tours and other concerts, so hurry and grab some The Summer Set tickets and be there to rock along.
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