Some Damn Fools
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Some Damn Fools

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The best kept secret in music


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Singles Include:

"Who Said?"
"I'll Be There"
"Something More"


Feeling a bit camera shy


Biography – Some Damn Fools

When asked to describe their music, this band’s self-proclaimed genre of “groove-rock,” will certainly not take long to find its place amongst the A list of the current pop music scene. In fact, this genre will likely be the most innovative sound that this generation of musicians will have to offer.

Composed of five mind-blowing talents and lead by their quirky yet business minded manager, Amanda Hon, Some Damn Fools, are certainly no fools to the music scene. Maestros of numerous instruments, from the hard pounding sounds of the drums to the classical cries of the violin, Sheldon Garnett “Donnyroc,” Nicholas Inglima “Nicsplosion,” Helena Yoo “Mango,” David Green “The Green Machine,” and Jeremy Beckwith will certainly find their respect amongst the avant-garde crowd of the pop industry.

Though unsigned, their genius of intertwining a plethora of musical styles, from the modern strokes of The Killers and Pharrell, to the old school styles of Prince, to the classical styles of Mozart and Tchaikovsky, has produced hybrid-sounding tracks that have caught the ear of many of the music industries’ greats, including 7-Aurelius of Murder Inc., Kenny Smoove, the genius behind Case, and Al “Butter” McClean of McLean Enterprises. Some Damn Fools’ pioneering sound has all of the music industry holding their breath on what sounds they will develop next.

Fortunately, their self-produced and self-engineered debut album, “Go Big or Stay Home” will give a relief to these yearning ears. The album is looking to drop following their nationwide college campus tour in Fall of 2005.

Despite the name Some Damn Fools, it doesn’t give any justice to these five, the musical geniuses as they rightly are. The world surely should not discount them, for they are the ones who will save our generation by giving us an audio relief from the monotonous humdrum of radio pop. Draw in a deep gulp of air because when Some Damn Fools hit their first notes on stage, a breath of fresh air will shake this music epoch.