About Me cont…

Everything Falls has been a labor of love for Linkous, and he’s certainly worked hard at his craft over the last nine years.  The band’s debut release, Fight From Within was released in November of 2011 and included their first mainstream hit, “Sorry To Say.”  The video for “Sorry To Say” was featured on national media outlets such as Blank TV, Pure Grain Audio, The Cool TV, and Renegade Radio. In addition, Hard Rock Café, Planet Hollywood, Gold’s Gym and Royal Carribean Cruise Line chose to promote the single. The song was also used by nationally televised and British-based professional wrestling program, UK Wrestling Experience. Other notable hits off of the album were the singles “Come On” and “Everything That You Wanted.” In late 2012, Everything Falls continued their promotional tour for the EP, and ultimately landed an interview with The Real Radio Show in Long Island, NY–Interesting Fact:  While the interview was going on Hurricane Sandy was raging outside, ultimately, stranding Aaron and family in Long Island for several days.  As the band gained momentum, new opportunities presented themselves, and Linkous eventually made the difficult decision to relocate the band to the New York City metro area.


In 2013, Linkous began rebuilding.  After multiple changes in the lineup, Everything Falls was finally ready to head into the world-renowned Barber Shop Studios with Producer Brody Greif in 2015.  Three of the notable singles from the Through The Storm album were “Let It Go (Enemy),” “Daylight Takes The Dawn,” and “This Time.”  Touring continued, landing opening spots for bands such as Shaman’s Harvest, Hinder, Saving Abel, and Sponge.  Everything Falls also competed in the 97.9X regional finals for NeXt To Rock.  They were one of ten bands chosen to compete for a chance to go to the finals in Los Angeles.  They were also chosen to perform on the Real Radio Show for a second time, On The Red Carpet with Melissa D. Gordon, Ava Live, Rogue Intel, Neuregel Radio, and Asbury Park’s “Light Of Day Winterfest 2018.”  Regarding the difficulties that he encountered throughout the relocation process, Linkous stated, “The transition from D.C. to New Jersey was challenging, but I knew that it was necessary if Everything Falls was going to rise to the top. I’ve learned to trust my instincts and never let anyone deter me from my goals. I believe in this band, and I believe in our music.”


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