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Here's To

Hanover, Pennsylvania, United States | INDIE

Hanover, Pennsylvania, United States | INDIE
Band Alternative Rock


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"HERE"S TO at Pandora"

“electric rock instrumentation a subtle use of vocal harmony major key tonality ~” - Pandora


Letters To Hill Valley
Release Date:June 22, 2010
Label:Casanova Records ®
Imprint: Casanova Records
Genre: Punk
Subgenre(s): Pop-Punk
C-Line: 2010 Casanova Records
Label Catalog #: LFC-07
Manufacturer UPC: 700261304779
Digital UPC: 885686133972

Dan Bateman: Lead Vocals (BMI)
Tyler Heck: Vocals, Bass (BMI)
Glenn Gomez: Lead Guitar (BMI)
Chris Boone: Drums (BMI)
Colin Gallagher: Vocals, Keyboard (BMI)
Guy Mitter: Guitar (BMI)

Courtesy Credits:
Executive Producer: Ed Afonso
Mastering Engineer: Johnny Eline
Album Design: Ed Afonso (Back & CD art work), Colin Gallagher (Front art work)
Band Manager: Eric Dixon a DBProduction Company



Founded in November of 2008, what started as members of a band attempting to re-hash old songs eventually evolved into what is now Here’s To. After transforming older, acoustic-based songs into more powerful, rock-driven songs, founding members Dan Bateman, Tyler Heck, Colin Gallagher, and Chris Boone signed on two guitarists, Glenn Gomez and Guy Mitter. Powered by dual-threat guitars, melodic bass, and searing synthesizer sounds, Here’s To set out to writing, singing, and screaming anthems of days gone by, life as they live it now, and everything the future can possibly hold.

HERE’S TO comes on the scene with a satisfying mix of rock, punk approach, ballad feel and pop appeal. they also show their musicianship thru solid instrumentals and a vocalist that leaves his self on every song in their EP, LETTERS TO HILL VALLEY, HERE’S TO shows that not only are they hungry for the world to see what they have to offer, but to show that they’re musically a force to be wreckoned with. On this EP you take a musical journey with the inspiring rock love song like Entrees and Refills, which is a fan favorite, to their version of the power ballad with Radio Wonder. Letters to Hill Valley is just a preview of what these six guys have in store for their fans and future fans, but it’s their musician ship on this EP that shows they are here to show what music has been missing.