One Who Stayed
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One Who Stayed

New York, New York, United States

New York, New York, United States
Band Alternative Acoustic

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EP: Stowaway, 2006.
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One Who Stayed is an Acoustic Alternative band from Binghamton NY. The band formed in May of 2005 and has played over a hundred shows in a variety of venues in and around the Binghamton area, including several colleges. By adding string instruments to a more contemporary style of playing, One Who Stayed has made a name for themselves in the area. By being on the forefront of a newer genre of music, the band has had the opportunity to play with or open for every type of music imaginable. A wide range of styles influences the band and is reflected in their original music, which is often comparable to that of Radiohead and Coldplay. Their family friendly show also showcases music embedded with strong emotion. In 2006 the band organized and headlined a charity concert to aid with flood recovery efforts in the Southern Tier.
-Multiple appearances on local news
-Organizers of three major charity events
-Review in progress in Unsigned the Magazine
-College airplay at Hartwick College, Binghamton University, Mansfield University
-College appearances: Binghamton University, Hartwick College, SUNY Oneonta, Mansfield University, SUNY Institute of Technology
-Runners up, Binghamton University Battle of the Bands
-Runners up, City of Oneonta Talent Search

The band originally formed with a string bass player. In his wake, cellist Jim Glasgow and electric bassist Anthony Quattrone filled in to create a much richer and more diverse sound. The band went on to write and record new music with the pair, but both went on to become guest musicians with the band, as they do not have the time to commit in order to remain full time members. The band uses their guest status to create flexibility in the number and style of gigs the band can play. We can play with as few as 2 and as many as 5 people, depending on the situation and the date. There is never a show that we cannot make between all 5 members!