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The best kept secret in music


"University Reporter"

With a bit of rock, pop and punk, this Baltimore foursome is finally getting their groove together. After two and a half years of lineup change, image change and the completion of their second demo, they have earned respect in the local band scene, and can truly say that they are on their way to stardom. Each member of the band draws their influence and sentiment from different angles of the music spectrum. Moxey draws from blues and jazz, while Bay invites more influence from metal and hard rock. Weber is more comfortable with the modern styles of pop and punk, and Long seems to combine many different music types.

Their lyrics, written by both Weber and Long, are emotionally driven and are backed by the harsh reality of young life. Music is their way to get their message and thoughts across without interruption. Songs are written about true life events that a young man goes through and how he deals with those situations. Women are a focal point of much of the music, though they do not write only love songs. “Since women are the main determiner in how a man feels, it’s what comes most naturally,” explains Long. It is a healing process that Weber and Long use to help themselves through personal problems, as well as create new material for them band.

Most importantly, E:54 wants to have fun. They want the crowd to move their heads and feel the music, whether they relate or not, and feel the energy of the band. Between their passion for music, desire to work together as a band and ability to express their feelings through song, they are sure to attract a much larger fan base in the coming months while they are touring the Baltimore area.
- Maryanna Fama

"Unsung Hero Magazine"

"...a new band called ELEVEN 54 just put out a self-titled sample CD. They’re billed as an alternative pop band. . . . All I know is that they sound great."
- Lizzy-Dean Holyfield


We Haven't Heard of You Either [EP]
The Devil which features Jimmy Haha of Jimmies Chicken Shack is our new single that was released in early october at our sold out CD release with SR-71 at Recher Theatre. Honeybee and The Devil have been well received across the mid-atlantic area. It has received spins on a number of stations in from Baltimore to South Carolina.


Feeling a bit camera shy


There comes a time when listening to music is more than just rhythms and melodies. The passion and intensity of the music, projected through musician to audience, become an emotional and physical experience. ELEVEN:54's dedication to creating that unique bond between the artist and the listener is the driving force behind the band.

ELEVEN:54 is Baltimore's latest up-and-coming musical experience. Originally formed by Ron Weber (singer/guitarist), this motivated performer was driven to find others who shared his passion and dedication to becoming a professional musician. After several lineup changes and nearly a year in the making, Ron finally found the missing pieces of what ELEVEN:54 really is. Shawn Callender (bassist/singer), Drew Bowie (lead guitarist/ singer), and Jason Booze (lead drums/singer) finally joined the band, and have made ELEVEN:54 into the talented, well-tuned, and tight-knit group it has become today.

Capturing audiences with undeniable hooks and energetic live performances, ELEVEN:54 draws its influences from bands such as Good Charlotte, Simple Plan, Weezer, and The Used, while continuing to maintain there own musical identity. There is no place that they would rather be than on stage, where they have successfully made their presence known in the Baltimore/DC area. In addition to taking pride in their high energy live shows; ELEVEN:54 also has an undeniable recorded sound. Currently receiving spins on national radio stations including 98ROCK (Baltimore), DC101 (Washington DC), 96ROCK (Ocean City), and 95SX (Charleston), is their catchy, upbeat single "The Devil." This lively track features Jimmie Haha of Jimmie's Chicken Shack.

In February 2004, ELEVEN:54 was voted as 98 ROCK's Noise in the Basement “Band of the Month.” This honor, in addition to months of radio promotions, spins, live shows and festivals, is quickly making ELEVEN:54 a household name in the northeast. The pursuit of reaching a wider audience has led ELEVEN:54 to share the stage with national acts such as SR-71 (Eleven:54 CD Release Party at the Recher Theatre), the Canadian talent, Fefe Dobson (95SX Special ED's B-day Bash), Operatic (Scion Thrash and Jam Tour '04 with Tony Hawk and Bucky Lasek), Jimmie's Chicken Shack, SEV, Unsane, Hed PE, Powerman 5000, and Shinedown (Thrash and Jam ' 03). ELEVEN:54 is currently setting out on a series of mini-tours along the southeast/east coast states. Through the bonds of friendship and with the talent, dedication, and ambition to reach out to others through music, ELEVEN:54 is here to stay- ready to rise to the next level and beyond!

For more information please contact:
Harris Nussbaum
HLN Management
1814 Chatelain Way
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464