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the simon girl

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The best kept secret in music


"It was a Glorious Night at Glory Nite"

"Glory hallelujah, Glory Nite was a success. With a great line up of Christian rock bands, how could anything go wrong? It took place at Wild Rivers, in Irvine, on June 4, 2004, which was just perfect for the Orange County bands The Simon Girl and the O.C. Supertones.
There were a few other good and well known Christian bands like Pax 217 at Glory Nite, but I would have to say that The Simon Girl and the O.C. Supertones stole the show. I had never heard of The Simon Girl until this concert, but they have now become a band that I could listen to all the time.
Besides having a great name, The Simon Girl knows how to have fun.
Glory Nite was one of their first times to perform in front of a crowd other than their church, Seaside Community Church, which is located in Huntington Beach. I would definitely recommend this band."

-Heather Hamm, Business Advisor - Bonita High School Newspaper


Demo: The Simon Girl (tracks include "Dance," "The Crucifixion Rap," "Sinner's Prayer," "Here I Am," "The Didg. Jam," and "Out-takes")


Feeling a bit camera shy


Comprised of six crazy, funny, blessed twenty-somethings from Huntington Beach, CA (whose musical tastes range from Jazz to Jimi, Derek Webb to Ben Harper, System of a Down, to Usher), The Simon Girl is a band who's energy, emotion, and message tend to leave audiences of all ages and backgrounds smiling and encouraged. Though experienced in the recording studio, The Simon Girl thrives on stage, where a simple "set" is often turned into a joyous, raucous revival.
What sets the Simon Girl apart from other bands? Front-flips off the stage, instruments brought for the audience to play, band members jumping into the crowd to tear up dance circles formed among fans, and musical variation that effectively blends elements such as rock, worship, rap, and techno (with a range in mood from "stripped-down acoustic," to "edgy, energetic electronica").
But perhaps the most defining aspects of The Simon Girl are their commitment to Jesus, and their confident conviction that there is way more to life than being in a band.