All My Heroes
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All My Heroes


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The best kept secret in music


"So Fla Music Review"

"These guys are great. They're awesome musicians, and they have a lot of energy on-stage,"
"they're a band that I would personally definitely keep an eye on, and make a conscious effort to see and hear them more." - So Fla Music

"Fodapunx Review Messageboard"

"...The 6th band up was, "Citizen Kane", damn these guys own. They got some new music out which was bad ass! They rocked out hard. Dannel was dancing all over the floor, and the guitarist was doing some good double tap and some amazing guitar playing. Im sorry guys, but their guitarist is hands down great. For having only one guitarist in a band, he plays extremely well. The crowd response was awesome, they were way into the new and old music, singing along to everything they knew with Dannel giving the mic to some kids on the floor for at one point. His voice really is amazing, it goes all over the place." - The Fordapunx


Promo CD out Oct. 2003 on Secondhand Records(5K Copies)
Mognolia St. out Dec. 2004 on Secondhand Records (2K copies)


Feeling a bit camera shy


From the ashes and remnants of South Florida's Citizen Kane, rises a fresh, vivacious new element of the music scene - All My Heroes. A tightly tuned four piece indie rock group, All My Heroes is paving an innovative path influenced by bands such as Poison the Well, New Found Glory and Underoath.

Utilizing a fresh blend of powerful and unbridled riffs, All My Heroes is always a crowd pleaser. Since winter 2004/2005 twenty percent of their shows draw at least 250 fans located at venues throughout the southeast. All My Heroes has consistently sold out venues in various locations on the east coast on previous tours. The most noteworthy of which was the band's CD release show at which Miami's most popular rock venue was sold out!

Like an unstoppable machine, All My Heroes takes to the road to promote their debut release, "Magnolia Street." They are so passionate about touring and spreading their music that they titled the album "Magnolia Street" to symbolize their devotion to the road. With help from AKT Booking/Promotions ( All My Heroes has been touring non-stop ever since the disc's release in December, 2004 and find the themselves to be in constant motion.

Following a summer tour in 2004 with late Warped Tour band, Suspense Thriller, All My Heroes managed to distribute all 5,000 copies of their promotional version of "Magnolia Street." Performing this outstanding feat did not go unrewarded. Promptly the Miami-based record label Secondhand Records signed All My Heroes and immediately starting production of 3,000 copies of "Magnolia Street." Based on its first month of sales, projections see the album selling out before it ages half a year.

There is no need for a second pressing of "Magnolia Street" because All My Heroes is already preparing to record their sophomore release in spring 2005. Producers Matt LaPlant (Bone Thugz n' Harmony) and Jesse D. Fishman (JD Natasha) will be working with the band on this next CD and with tours scheduled throughout spring, summer and winter of this year, we can only expect AMH to meet and exceed the success of "Magnolia Street."

With national recognition from extremely popular entertainment web site,, and the unconditional support of their label (Secondhand Records) and promotions team (AKT Entertainment), All My Heroes is well on their way to being one of the greatest rock bands to emerge from south Florida.