Front Row for the Meltdown

Front Row for the Meltdown


With their music being described as post pop for the pre apocalypse, Front Row for the Meltdown has only one simple put an end to the stale sounds of the Fm dial. You in?


Front Row was born in March of 2003 over some afternoon beers in a smokey bar in Dayton Ohio. Four friends, all in their own established bands, discovered they each had the same goal in the make the rock and roll dream a reality. Having no interest in staying in a small pond, Front Row headed to Nashville Tn, where they crafted their infectious sound in a back woods rehearsal shack. After the release of their debut record "All the Wrong Things" in late 2003, Front Row was invited to perform at SXSW in Austin TX. Back to back tours followed which motivated the band to relocate to Los Angeles. From their, Front Row has been raising eyebrows and dropping jaws with both their live performance and with the release of their sophomore effort "Lillian's Last Stand". Now, if only they could open a chain of restaurants


"All the Wrong Things" 2003
"Lillian's Last Stand" 2007
"Come out, Come out" single featured in Abc television show "Men in Trees" and Saturn tv commercial.

Set List

Set is varies from 30 minutes to an hour with all original material.