I'M IN A BAND: But How Does This Affect One’s Life When The Music Stops?

 

I was barely 7 years old when I first realized I wanted to be a rock star.  Thanks to the success of Guns N’ Roses on MTV, I grew up idolizing the rock n’ roll lifestyle.  Throughout my teenage years, and into my early 20’s, I ran a small business, otherwise known as being in a band.  But what happens when college grades begin to slip, and life’s demands begin to take their toll?

As for the band, Fiendish?  We were big in the Myspace days (haha, I know).  So, unfortunately we never really benefitted from YouTube, or even Facebook.  But, as the internet exploded seemingly right after we broke up, we still managed to throw up a few profiles that still exist.

Fiendish can be found here, on Reverb Nation, the band's Official Facebook Page, and we have a few videos floating around on YouTube.

 Fiendish, just us having fun in 2003.  Before the album, before the troubles.  (Matt Tanner, Joe Flick, Me, Benjamin Dixon, Joshua Deaton)

Fiendish, just us having fun in 2003.  Before the album, before the troubles.
(Matt Tanner, Joe Flick, Me, Benjamin Dixon, Joshua Deaton)

 

...Finally, here is some amazing Fiendish content available, courtesy of justinHite.com:

 

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Justin Hite

Louisville, KY, 40206, United States