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The best kept secret in music


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We've released two full length albums as other bands, Headcase and Echo of Silence. Both professionaly recorded and printed. With The Separation Tree we've released four EPs. All professionaly recorded. We're currently recording our first full length album to be released May 2007.


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What exactly is a bio? Our goal is not to bore you with the usual blah blah blah bullshit. We started then, we did some stuff, same old shit. In our case, we're always the doers, the life of the party and the center of attention. We want you to know that not a whole hell of a lot of interesting stuff goes down in our humble Toledo. But as far as the music scene is concerned, we have been bombarding it for about a decade. We all became friends at a very young age. Neal, Ryan and Kevin grew up within blocks of eachother, went to grade school together and graduated in the same class. Neal and Pete are cousins, bound by blood, and actually inspired one another to pursue music around the time they were in 6th grade. Ryan and Kevin began their contributions about a year later. So the musical roots of The Separation Tree had already begun to grow by '94. We played our first live show in '97. It might as well have been crack because our instant addiction has never subsided. The band had a tremendoius following amongst our classmates. When we finally released our first full-length cd in '99 it sold about 500 copies in the first week. We've played through many different genres and lineups over the years, because life is never a straight path. But the heart and the original members - Neal, Ryan and Kevin has always been the same. Pete has been in many other bands and had been chasing his dream across the country. When he came back from Los Angeles in 2004 it was the perfect time because our previous bassist was scared away by our commitment and drive. This was the point when we changed our name to The Separation Tree because it represented all the different changes we endured and the fact that we're always growing. We are exactly what any serious music industry professional is looking for: young, talented and dedicated. We want to be number one, we want to tour everywhere and get our name out, we want to be on the top of the charts and all over the radio. This is what we were meant for.