Comprised of associates Kevin Kirkwood (lead vocals), Dallas Perry (guitar), Dalton Humphreys (bass), and Ben Holt (drums), Tx rockers Seven Stations posses an audio that’s almost a carbon duplicate of such early 21st century rock and roll radio faves as Creed, Puddle of Mudd, and Matchbox Twenty. Bandleader/creator Kirkwood began composing music as an adolescent as an electric outlet for the discomfort he sensed from parents’ divorce. Guitarist Perry was the first ever to link up with Kirkwood’s brand-new task, and was quickly accompanied by the others because the recently formed quartet create store in Dallas. Seven Stations issued the separately released EP International Great, and started gigging frequently — resulting in being selected among the “Best Five Unsigned Rings in the us” on VH1’s 1999 Rock and roll Across America Tour. The brand new group caught a rest when they gained a contest known as “Quit YOUR ENTIRE DAY Work,” which led to the winner finding a record cope with the Hand Images label. 2001 noticed the release of the self-titled major-label debut.