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New Found Glory

New Found Glory


Famous as :

Pop punk/melodic hardcore band

Birth Name :

A New Found Glory

Birth Date :


Birth Place :

Coral Springs, Florida, USA

Claim to fame :

Album "Sticks and Stones" (2002)


Taking time to issue their fifth major album to the music stores in the month of September 2006, New Found Glory appears to have no intention to slow down indeed in working their path up to the end of the year. For the rest of the month only, the pop punk band has already been plotted to go around stores in California to greet fans concerning the release of the record, first at Tower Records Mountain View on September 22. By October 4, the troupe will be present in Covington, Kentucky to kick off their North American fall tour which is slated to run until November 15 with stops including the cities of Montreal, Cleveland, Las Vegas, Austin, and Boston. More to be noticed, there is another schedule for live shows abroad in Japan then England during second half of November and early December, not to mention a gig at Carling Academy in Glasgow, Scotland.

Combining powerful punk riffs with the raw energy of emo and hardcore song structure to create a unique style of their own, New Found Glory actually was comprised as a conglomerate of various acts in the Florida region when it took shape by 1997 in Coral Springs. All of the personnel hailed from different bands and began to line-up after the split of a music act called Inner City Kids which Ian Ryan Grushka (born on September 4, 1977) and Jordan Izaak Pundit (born October 12, 1979) had joined in for some time. Determined to establish a new one, the twosome thus persistently worked on their way together to finally recruit Chad Everett Gilbert (born on March 9, 1981) as lead guitarist, Stephen Lee Klein (born on September 30, 1979) on rhythm guitar, plus Joe Moreno on drum.

Latest News

New Found Glory and Hayley Williams Claim One Direction's 'Steal My Girl' Is a Rip-Off

October 01, 2014 08:57:52 GMT

claims that 's new single "Steal My Girl" is a rip-off of one of their songs. The band's guitarist, Chad Gilbert, said on Twitter on Monday, September 29 that in some parts, the boyband's song sounded similar to his group's 2006 single called "It's Not Your Fault".

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New Found Glory Perform Live at the 2004 Surfest - TAL-000058 New Found Glory in MTV VMA 2004 Usher Post Party - DKD-002103 New Found Glory in MTV VMA 2004 Vote Or Die Pre-Party - DKD-001666