Goodbye Houston
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Goodbye Houston

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"Goodbye Houston"

"Their melodic beat and truth filled lyrics leave their fans feeling as if every song was written for themselves." -

"WILD 101 TOP 40 ADDS"

CKEY-FM (Top 40)

1) Ciara Get Up LaFace/Jive/Zomba
2) Danity Kane Show Stopper Bad Boy/Atlantic
3) Diddy Feat. Nicole Scherzinger Come To Me Bad Boy/Atlantic
4) Evanescence Call Me When You're Sober Wind-Up
5) Goodbye Houston Lets Make A Move Indy
6) Nelly Furtado Maneater Geffen


1) Scissor Sisters I Don't Feel Like Dancin' Universal Motown



"Starting Over" (single) - 2006 - US radio airplay top 40 and college markets

"Promise" (single) - 2006 - US radio airplay rock and college markets

"Actions and Apologies" (single) - 2006 - US and Canadian airplay top 40 market

"Lets Make a Move" (single)- 2006 Rotation in Top 40 Radio Station Wild 101 in Buffalo and Canada

Words Like Bullets Single 2007 Alter/Rock Radio

More Than Alive Single 2008 Alter/Rock Radio

Coming Undone and All at Once 2008 Top 40

Goodbye Houston (self-titled EP) - 2006

Let's Make a Move (EP) - 2006

With Words Like Bullets (EP) - 2007

In Memoria - 2008 (Album Complete)



Goodbye Houston's mainstream influences combined with the lesser-known inspirations of the "emo" generation blend together to create a commercial-friendly sound which effectively delivers the whispers with the punches with equal effectiveness.

The band's past experiences together and apart have made this quartet a powerful presence on stage, on the radio, and in CD players around the world.

With a rapidly expanding fanbase now including 22 countries on 5 continents, the band is perpared to take the rest of the world by storm and leave their mark on music as we know it.

Goodbye Houston has performed with the following artists:

Cute is What We Aim For (Fueled By Ramen)
Sugarcult (Fearless Records)
Asteria (Broken English)
This Day and Age (111 Records)
The Sunstreak (B&W Records)
Rihanna (Def Jam)
Switchfoot (Columbia)
The Scene Aesthetic
Danger: Radio
The Audition (Victory)
Ivory (Carbon Copy)
Bottom Line (Maverick)
Tyler Hilton (Warner)
Liz Phair (Capitol)
The Calling
Kanye West (Roc-a-Fella)
Katy Rose (V2)
Natasha Bedingfield (Sony/Epic)