Alex Band

Alex Band (born on June 8, 1981 in Los Angeles, California) rose to fame as the lead singer and guitarist of post-grunge heroes The Calling, whose 2001 megahit "Wherever You Will Go" topped the US Adult Top 40 for 23 weeks. The Calling released two successful albums before going on hiatus in 2005, with Bland carving his own solo path in music. Band, whose mother is actress Med Band (neé Robertson) and father is horror movie director Charles Band, provided the vocals for Top 10 hit, "Why Don't You & I" with Carlos Santana in 2004. He signed as a solo artist with childhood neighbor Ron Fair (as part of Geffen Records) the following year. Band performed and co-wrote the song "Coming Home," which was featured in the 2007 baseball film The Final Season, however, following various delays with his debut album, left Geffen in 2008. He self-released his five-track Alex Band EP via his own AMB Records that year and his debut solo full-length, We've All Been There, landed in 2010. Band dropped a second EP, After the Storm, in 2012 and in 2016 contributed to the track "Donde Quiera Que Vayas Yo Iré" by Gaby Spanic.

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