The Valentines
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The Valentines

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The Valentines @ Fitzwilly's

College Station, Texas, USA

College Station, Texas, USA

The Valentines @ Eskimo Joes

Still Water, Oklahoma, USA

Still Water, Oklahoma, USA

The Valentines @ Andy's on the square

Denton, Texas, USA

Denton, Texas, USA

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The best kept secret in music


Thursday, August 4, 2005

Meet the Valentines! No, the other Valentines. There are about a half a dozen bands called this in the U.S., but the Dallas group sounds like Tom Petty with a fun, drunken Texas stomp.

Ayo hosts The Edge of Night weeknights from 6 to 10 on "The Edge" KDGE-FM (102.1).

- Quick - Dallas Morning News

This new and emerging group came together in March of 2005. They are doing
awesome for what short time they have been together. This is probably due to their
involvement in past bands such as The Broadcast, The Now and Tripp Fontaine. The
band has a mix of influences including The Strokes, The Rolling Stones and a touch of
the Beatles which makes for an awesome harmonic sound. Not yet with an EP out, but
soon to come. In the meantime check out the music at ,
you won’t be wasting your time. The band, based out of Dallas, is growing larger in the
area and is definitely for anyone who loves up and coming bands before they make their
huge break. Hurry and discover The Valentines for yourself. It will be well worth it. -

Wednesday, October 12

Dallas' most fresh-faced band, The Valentines, are the only standout I see playing Deep Ellum on Friday, so if you haven't seen our city's most recent shot at MTV-level success, you should probably see what the fuss is about at Liquid Lounge.

Sam Machkovech - The Dallas Observer


Debut EP Songbird is scheduled to be released Valentines Day of 2006.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Just when garage inches further away from its forefathers,The Valentines come swaggering in like The Strokes with the old soul of the Rolling Stones. The new Dallas-based five piece is no stranger to monster choruses and big crowds- just name check the members' power-pop credits: Tripp Fontaine, The Broadcast, and Pilot Radio to name a few. But The Valentines' raw debut marks a departure from pleasing any certain scene. Classic three-part harmonies and solid, smart melodies give old school rock influences the mature update club stages and record store racks need. The Valentines will stay in your head- and you won't mind a bit.