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Midnight Hour first came together in 2006, one year before their first ep “Ghost in the Mirror” was made.  Although he was happy with the art they created together, front man Brad Lodge was never comfortable with his bands initial mix of members.  Fate interceded and Lodge met Tim Johnson, Dan Ardis, Jared Mitchell and James Mitchell. With the lineup solidified the Band began collaborating on material; within weeks, the single, “Running Away”, was created and helped introduce the band to the world via several T.V. shows.  This exposure created the global base that has spawned over a million YouTube hits via fan generated videos.  Since then the band has self produced their first LP (self titled) and got the funding they needed to create the record from their loyal fan base.  The first single, “Modern Love” has gotten the biggest push from Los Angeles based juggernaut KROQ and has been complemented by college radio spins.  Staying true to their roots the band has decided to end 2011 in their backyard with a series of homegrown shows at High Schools and Colleges.  The video for “Modern Love” debuted on KROQ in mid-November.... Read More

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Midnight Hour at Doheny Days Music Festival 2012 Midnight Hour at Doheny Days Music Festival 2012

Midnight Hour

Midnight Hour first came together in 2006, one year before their first ep “Ghost in the Mirror” was made.  Although he was happy with the art they created together, front man Brad Lodge was never comfortable with his bands initial mix of members.  Fate interceded and Lodge met Tim Johnson, Dan Ardis, Jared Mitchell and James Mitchell. With the lineup solidified the Band began collaborating on material; within weeks, the single, “Running Away”, was created and helped introduce the band to the world via several T.V. shows.  This exposure created the global base that has spawned over a million YouTube hits via fan generated videos.  Since then the band has self produced their first LP (self titled) and got the funding they needed to create the record from their loyal fan base.  The first single, “Modern Love” has gotten the biggest push from Los Angeles based juggernaut KROQ and has been complemented by college radio spins.  Staying true to their roots the band has decided to end 2011 in their backyard with a series of homegrown shows at High Schools and Colleges.  The video for “Modern Love” debuted on KROQ in mid-November.