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Jim Gardner
Surge Music Gig Guide

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The Source of the Madness

This band first came to life July 2008 with no name and no idea what to expect from it. Danny and Dave were the first to meet at Rich Bitch Studios in Birmingham. The first "practice" session took place on a warm sunny afternoon on Sunday 6th July and, realising that Dave could sing and Dan could play, it was time to find the rest of the band.

After several line-up changes and auditions with too many people to remember, Danny came in to contact with Paul and the three of them had their first "practice" session on Thursday 7th August. After realising that Paul too could play, the rhythm section needed filling out. Paul introduced Adam, whom are college friends, to the rhythm section of the band. After searching high and low, Steve appeared from the rubble, who Dave knew from a previous band.

The first practice session took place on Thursday 19th March. Realising straight away that everyone gelled and worked well together, the full line-up was set. Songs were written by individuals and at practice sessions, good times were had and mighty music was made. We All Need Heroes had arrived.

We All Need Heroes are now ready to unleash their music unto the world and hope that they don't get in too much trouble along the way! Actually, on second thoughts.

Genres: Rock

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