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JamisonParker was an American emo duo in the early to mid 2000s, consisting of singer/guitarist Jamison Covington and guitarist/bassist/drummer Parker Case.
While active, they released an EP titlFX 比較ed Notes & Photographs (2003) and an album titled Sleepwalker (2005), and managed to play over 200 concerts across the United States.
Growing up in the small town of Guthrie, Kentucky, singer/guitarist Jamクレジットカードison Covington realized he would not be able to find his musical fulfillment within the boundaries of his hometown.
In 2002, he moved to Orange Coun無添加ty, California, but soon learned that building a career in the music industry from scratch can be a hard and frustrating thing to do.
Being a fan of the Orange County based band Astoria, Covington was delighted when, a mere week before his return to Kentucky, he was introduced to their drummer Parker Case through mutual friends.
Case and Covington kept in touch, exchanging soGoogleng ideas via mail for about eight months, until Covington returned to California in early 2003.
On April 25, 2003, the duo ニキビケアwent to Skate and Surf 2003 in Asbury Park, New Jersey, where they randomly performed so-called "guerilla sets" at merchandise booths and at a nearby hotel.
The arising buzz around them was overheard by one of the festival's bookers, who immediately hired them to replace a band that had dropped out at the last minute.
Having no time to think of a proper bヒアルロン酸and name, the two combined their first names and played an all-acoustic set as JamisonParker.
Their rudimentary but convincing p育毛剤 ランキングerformance quickly gained the attention of several record labels and finally landed them a recording contract with Interscope Records.
In June 2005, they appeared on the compilation album Punk Goes 80's with a cover version of Tears for Fears' "Everybody Wants to Rule the World". However, due to their busy schedule, they did not have the time to rent a proper studio.
Instead, they recorded thコラーゲンe entire song while on tour ― a hotel room became their recording studio, their laptop served as their mixing console and a bathroom closet was turned into a vocal booth.
On July 12, 2005, their album Sleepwalker finally hit music store shelves.
While the popular demand for JamisonParker was FX 初心者at an all time high, the band-internal chemistry decreased steadily, up to an incident where during a concert,
Covington walked off the stage in the middle of the レーシックband's set, leaving Case behind.
From there on, it all went downhill, with a continuous lack of enthusiasm until JamisonParker gave their final performance at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, California on November 5, 2005 and canceled the remainder of their scheduled tour dates with The Juliana Theory.
On November 8, 2005, Covington offi青汁cially declared the disbandment of JamisonParker.
In the announcement posted online, he made it clear that he and Case will not be collaborating again in the future.
After the split, Covington formed thFXe shoegazing band E for Explosion.
His band's name was changed to Covington but aプロアクティブgain changed to E For Explosion.
A debut EP titled Paper Flower化粧水s, was released on October 2, 2007.
On May 20, 2008, E for Explosion released their debut album Reinventing the Heartbeat.
Case announced that up until the releスキンケアase of his upcoming project I and the Universe's debut record, he will be touring as part of Say Anything. He appears as guitarist on the band's 2009 album Say Anything.
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