Count the Stars was a four-piece pop punk band from Albany, New York that formed in 1995. After recording two albums, one with Chicago's Victory Records, the band split up in late 2003.
Count the Stars formed after the breakup of Chris Kasarjian, David Shapiro, and Clarke Foley's old band from high school. They had decided they wanted to make music their primary focus in life so Chris began writing new songs with David Shapiro and Clarke Foley. Adam Manning, a long time friend from another local band, joined them completing the band’s lineup.
As an unsigned band, they recorded “Another Useless Night," their first album, and released it on Dreamsand Records, selling upward of 5,000 copies. They went to malls and local shows to promote the new album and developed a strong underground following.
The band signed to the Chicago based Victory Records. They then recorded the early 2003 release NeverЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Another Useless Night [альбом]
- Never Be Taken Alive [2003, альбом]