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Origin of Fate
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Come see the best the state of Michigan has to offer.

- World Series of Rock


I have seen Go Josephine in concert and I liked them a lot. Now that I have listened to their Mass Transit EP I have fallen in love.

Check the boys out live and ask them for a copy.

- Music Revue Magazine


"...Derek, Adam and Kevin have been performing together for about a year - only six months of which the band has been a foursome. Despite the fact that this would be considered their rookie year (as a group), they have managed to snag themselves some decent gigs including opening up for a national act, Wakefield, and competing in the Finals for the World Series of Rock. The band said that their music could easily be classified as pop-indy rock, but that so much of the music is influenced by genres that aren't remotely close to that clasiification. Ryan's bass playing is heavely jazz influenced. Adam's musical backround stems from the metal scene. Still other band influences include Fugazi and Rainer Maria, among dozens of others.

How would Go Josephine's live show be described? An upbeat stage show that is full of many subtleties helping to make them just a little more musically unique. With vocals right out front and strong harmonies..."
- Revue Magazine


Discography

Mass Transit EP (2005)

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Feeling a bit camera shy

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"...Derek, Adam and Kevin have been performing together for about a year - only six months of which the band has been a foursome. Despite the fact that this would be considered their rookie year (as a group), they have managed to snag themselves some decent gigs including opening up for a national act, Wakefield, and competing in the Finals for the World Series of Rock. The band said that their music could easily be classified as pop-indy rock, but that so much of the music is influenced by genres that aren't remotely close to that clasiification. Ryan's bass playing is heavely jazz influenced. Adam's musical backround stems from the metal scene. Still other band influences include Fugazi and Rainer Maria, among dozens of others.

How would Go Josephine's live show be described? An upbeat stage show that is full of many subtleties helping to make them just a little more musically unique. With vocals right out front and strong harmonies..." Revue Magazine

Go Josephine plays original independent rock music that will find fans of alternative, emo, indie, even pop and punk music hungry to hear more.

Go Josephine recently placed in the Top 4 out of 90 bands in the 2005 World Series of Rock (for all of Michigan). We are going back into the studio (Dynomite Sound) very soon to update our current mixes and also record several new songs.

Go Josephine has performed with The Firebird Band, Wakefield, Mustard Plug, The Nasty’s, Huckelberry Groove, The Orphan, Kiss Me Quick, Small Space and Bedford Drive to name just a few.

They have been busy in support of thier Mass Trasit EP playing many outstanding music venues such as The Intersection (GR), Ten Bells (GR), Billy’s Night Club (GR), Rubbles (Mt. Pleasant), The DAAC (GR), Club Soda (Kzoo), and The Corner Bar (Kzoo), Founders (GR) among others.

Go Josephine's Mass Transit EP was recorded at Dynamite Sound studios in Grand Rapids, MI.

Go Josephine finds itself a band with out a musical home. Their music pushes and stretches the boundaries and labels that we put on music. Please, listen to our music and we feel that you will come to the same conclusion.

Go Josephine has an established fan base that has been built from the hundreds of shows played as a band and as members of other bands.

Go Josephine has taken Randy Meulenberg of Noise Management on as manager and promotions leader (616-308-0681 or randy@noisemgmt.com). His plans are to use the website www.myspace.com/gojosephine as well as local music press, other local music internet sites and of course grass-roots styles of promotions for each and every show. Call him to book Go Josephine (616-308-0681)