Wild Planes
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Wild Planes

New York City, NY | Established. Jan 01, 2017 | SELF

New York City, NY | SELF
Established on Jan, 2017
Band Rock Pop




"On The Up: Wild Planes"

"There is no plausible reason why within the next year this band cannot be international stars"......

https://www.joomag.com/magazine/mag/0405880001466038446/p25 - Total Order Magazine

""Wild Planes" Announces the Release of Their Debut EP "On The Rocks""

What do you get when you blend the genres of Rock, Pop, and R&B? A unique, vibrant, super-charged sound that goes by the name "Wild Planes." This band of brothers and best friends are set to release their debut EP today, and couldn't be more excited. While they are not blood brothers they may as well be! Front man, Kris Karmello leads the band with his incredible sultry vocals; delivering a velvety tone all his own. Drummer, Andre Jevnik, commands his sticks with lightning speed and like all great drummers, knows it's not only about the notes you play, but the one's you don't; and he get's it right every time. Guitar player, Sean Mac lends his insane technique, innate sense of rhythm, and dynamic performance to every single show; weaving in and out of the crowds having become his signature style. Bassist Jimmy "Ray" Hoag at 6 foot 5 commands the stage as any great bassist should with great tone, an incredible ear, and welcomed improvisational ability. Together these talented musicians from NYC put on an incredible show that draws you in with their cool sound, and vibe.

Having just come off their "Hearts Of Fire" tour, Wild Planes are super charged and ready to get their EP released. They started their tour last month at the legendary Gramercy Theater in NYC, and worked their way through the Southeast. They would go on to open for singer, songwriter, and record producer, CeeLo Green at the Alive At Five Festival in Stanford, CT, and ultimately land in one of Nashville's coolest venues, Honky Tonk Central. They would then circle back and hit numerous venues and festivals throughout the Carolina's and Pennsylvania.

According to Wild Planes, "We are extremely excited about the release of our debut EP "On The Rocks!" We wanted the EP to showcase the level of passion, fun, excitement, and energy we bring to our music every day. "On The Rocks" is just the beginning of our journey, and we can't wait to share our passion for music with everyone!"

The "On The Rocks" EP includes the following songs that they wrote themselves:

1. Not Too Young To Die 2. Tell Nobody 3. Another Lover 4. Lonely

The EP was produced at Rockland Studio by Ron Geffen.

Album photography by Justin Frabasile.

All songs written by Wild Planes.

For additional information on Wild Planes, visit www.wildplanesband.com

Upcoming Shows:

September 16th—Electric City Music Conference Scranton, PA

October 23rd—Sherman Theater, Stroudsburg, PA

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"Wild Planes Performs Live In The Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee Lounge"

Kris Carmello, Andre Jevnik, Sean Mac, and Jimmy "Ray" Hoag make up the fun-loving, high energy pop rock band Wild Planes. The dynamic foursome have been together since 2015 and decided to stop by the Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee Lounge to play some of their new songs. It wasn't much of a trip for the guys, as their based out of New York City just like us.

Wild Planes played some of their fan favorite songs, like "Too Young To Die" and "Tell Nobody." You can hear their signature blend of pop, rock, funk, and even a little bit of R&B in their sound. They're known for their lively stage presence and they did not disappoint. They rocked the stage with their charismatic personality and we were loving every second of it.

Read more: http://z100.iheart.com/onair/dunkin-donuts-iced-coffee-lounge-55987/wild-planes-performs-live-in-the-15292686/#ixzz4QCy0WEi6 - Emily Lee

"Headliners Uncorked: Wild Planes"

"Check out our new HEADLINER UNCORKED feature on Wild Planes! A High energy band from NYC with a Pop/funk vibe. Drummer, Andre, fills us in on how they came to be and where they're heading".
- Revolt Wines - Revolt Wines

"69 News Music Monday: Wild Planes"

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - They are a pop/rock band based out of New York City, and they're gearing up for a big gig at Shawnee Riverfest on July 9th.

We welcomed the guys from the Wild Planes Band to 69 News at Sunrise to give us a little preview.

Kris, Sean, Jimmy and Andre joined WFMZ's Eve Russo in the studio. - 69 News: Eve Russo


2016 "On The Rocks" - Debut EP featuring:

1. Not Too Young To Die
2. Tell Nobody
3. Another Lover
4. Lonely

2017 - Heart Throb  -  Single 
2017 - Control of The Night - Single 

2018 - Take You There - Single

2018 - Come Over To My House - Single 



Wild Planes is a rock band based out of New York City consisting of Lead Singer/Guitarist Kris Carmello, Bassist Jimmy “Ray” Hoag, and Drummer Andre Jevnik. Being labeled as a "wild"  band with an unmatched energy and a big personality, Wild Planes is on the rise fusing Rock "N" Roll and Pop. 

 Wild Planes was founded by Andre and Kris. Jimmy was added prior to a number of large gigs that were coming up for the band. The instant chemistry between the three is what makes the band such a contagious good time. The fellas have been inseparable and unstoppable since their first rehearsal together in January of 2016.

Their debut EP “On The Rocks” was released in September of 2016 and consists of four fan favorites “Not Too Young To Die”, “Tell Nobody”, “Another Lover”, and “Lonely”.  The band has spent the past three years touring the East Coast and Midwest of the United States.  Notable shows consists of opening for CeeLo Green, Alive@Five Stamford, ROCKLAHOMA (AEG), Seattle Hempfest as well as being featured on "Good Morning America" with Ginger Zee.

The band released their second EP "Singin 'N' Slingin" which is available everywhere. 

 "You guys are the Duran Duran of our time"

- Don Jameson (That Metal Show, Sirius XM) 

​"There is no plausible reason why within the next year this band cannot be international stars"

 - Total Order Magazine

Band Members