Front Row for the Meltdown

Front Row for the Meltdown


Based out of Los Angeles, Front Row for the Meltodown has set out to put an end to the stale sounds of the FM dial with their infectious brand of pop rock. Or, as many have dubbed it, post pop for the pre-apocalypse.


Front Row for the Meltdown was born in the smoggy bowles of Dayton Ohio. With a desire to give the local music scene a much needed shot in the arm, the band quickly raised eyebrows with their strong songwriting, catchy melodies and powerful riffs. Having no interest in becoming a big fish in a small pond, Front Row soon relocated to Nashville TN, where they soon were invited to perform at the prestegious South by Southwest music conference in Austin Texas. At about the same time, they signed a management deal with Five Finger Management and found themselves in Los Angeles recording their debut record "All The Wrong Things". The record was released in the fall of 2003 and much touring followed, along with another relocation to Los Angeles in the spring of 2004. Since then, Front Row for the Meltdown has continued to prove that they are a band not to be ignored. No matter where their music takes them next.


"All the Wrong Things" 2003
New tracks can be heard on XM Radio, Indie 103.1FM in Los Angeles, and at Front Row also has new tracks featured in the films "What's Bugging Seth" and "Dead Lenny"

Set List

Sets can typically run about 30 minutes to an hour with all original material.