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Lack of Exposure

It just amazes me how many of todays artists/bands don't have a fraction of the musical talent that GRO has and yet they are household names. GRO is the real deal and true delight to listen to. All they are lacking is the exposure that many of the "flavor of the month" artists/bands are fortunate enough to have. Great album fellas. Keep em comin!!!

Absolutely Worth Owning

Windows down, summer heat fading into fall... This album belongs on your radio as the soundtrack for your very best days. No surprise that this album is fantastic musically and lyrically. I love when an album gets dropped that you know will go into your permanent playlist.

Country? What?

Nice going GRO. What a horrible album with four of the most boring pre-releases one could hope to sample. I had high hopes that they might get back in form and closer to their mid carreer releases but no, I get this. I saw a review about lack of exposure conspiring against GRO. Maybe a lack of consistancy is really the issue. When you want Come On or Goodbye LA and instead get country tripe, its hard to build a following. I should have figured out that their departure from alternative and rock was permanent. Goodbye GRO. It was nice knowing you.

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Fort Worth, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Green River Ordinance's straightforward, radio-minded pop/rock is shaped by frontman Josh Jenkins, bassist Geoff Ice, drummer Denton Hunker, and guitarists Josh Wilkerson and Jamey Ice. Formed in Ft. Worth, TX, the band recorded its first EP in a church basement and supported its release with a grassroots campaign, which led to shows alongside the likes of Collective Soul, Eisley, and Mutemath. The Beauty of Letting Go further expanded the teenagers' audience in 2005, and Green River Ordinance's...
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