Every Other One

Every Other One

 Bedford, Texas, USA

Rock band from Euless, Every Other One sets new standards with debut EP, "Caught Between," now on iTunes!


Jaime Croom and Evan Uhl started an acoustic band in fall of 2008, the duo quickly developed a Jason Merz sound. After writing enough songs, and having practiced for months, they decided to go get a gig in Fort Worth, TX. After their first show, they were ecstatic about the band, however it felt as if something was missing, a drummer and a bassist.

So the search began, and after months of deciding, and tryouts, in May of 2009 the new lineup was announced, and Matt Jones and Neal Zeller were officially added. With influences ranging from Blink 182, and Breaking Benjamin, Every Other One developed a very unique sound.

Soon after this, the band started booking summer gigs, and have been consistently playing shows about ever two weeks in the DFW area. At the end of the summer, the band entered in a Battle of the Bands in Irving, TX. After one of their best sets, the band was announced the first place winner of the competition.

After being released August 17th, a couple of weeks went by and the band started to have some troubles within it. Ultimately the decision was made to remove bassist Matt Jones, and recruit Nick McCue.

With a new tuning, Every Other One went from punk sounding to hard rock over night. Due to school however writing new material has been challenging but this did not stop them from entering the studio once more and record another EP.

This EP, “Caught Between,” was released on May 9th, 2010, featuring 6 electric songs, and 2 acoustic songs. The songs range from feelings of love to feelings of hate and wanting to get away.

As summer of 2010 approaches Every Other One is already booking big shows. We will continue to write and produce more songs as well, and hope to achieve our goal in being signed and going on tour with a major labeled band.


Every Other One - EP (Self-Titled) - Released Aug. 17th., 2009

Caught Between - EP - Released May 9th, 2010

"Don't Count on Me" - Is streaming on Jango.com

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Set List

Whenever We're Apart
Trees (Cover)
Don't Count on Me
Life Won't Change
Diddly Song
Eat you Alive in the End
Running Away
My Reason

The cover song is by The Heartbreakers, however our version is a little bit different than the actual version.

Our sets last about 25-35 mins. However we CAN do some more covers, like Blink 182 - All the Small Things, punk stuff like that. Overall we have about 1hr and 30min of possible matieral.