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Considered an indie on a major. Formed in 1997 in their bedroom after youngest sibling wrote their first song at 8, performed first show in '98, grow in local coffee house/rock venue, played 100's of shows as unsigned indie for 4 years ('98 - '02) in Texas, found and audience in Deep Ellum with Dallas, TX fans where label scouts sent rep's to see the band live > showcasing in LA/NY > Eisley signed w/ Warner Bros. 2 EP's + 2 Full Lengths (+ several B-side) later, Eisley's steady growth and credibility as writers / performers comes from the live side (touring).
The band's undaunted commitment to their own unique, visually imaginative brand has, perhaps, curbed access to mass homogenized portals such as FM radio, though, single - "Telescope Eyes" charted on Dallas rock radio (102.1 The Edge) as 24th most played song in 2003. Indifferent to industry boundaries / conventions, Eisley continues their expansion (invasion :-) centered around adherence to the their own creative style, devotion to song-crafting, commitment to on-line (relational, tangible) marketing, and an unquenchable passion for touring. Past tours include: Coldplay (Rush of BTH US/Canada tour), Brand New (Deja Entendu Tour), Snow Patrol (Final Straw Tour), Yahoo Sponsored Eisley headlining tour, New Found Glory (Catalyst Tour - 60 shows), Switchfoot (Nothing is Sound Tour), Taking Back Sunday (Louder Now Tour - Aus/UK), The Fray (How to Save a Life Tour), Mute Math (Reset Tour), plus TONS of Eisley headlining tours (Spring '08 "Combinations" tour) and festivals: Coachella, V-Fest (UK), Voo- Doo Fest, Reading and Leeds Festivals - UK. Eisley made their TV debut on Conan O'brien in August '07. Eisley is currently writing songs for record 3.
The Beatles, Bjork, Radiohead, Jeremy Enigk, Pink Floyd, Mew, Kashmir, The Shins, Paul McCartney, Roy Orbison, Coconut Records, Midlake, Fleetwood Mac, The Cardigans, Travis, The Beach Boys, Deathcab, The Decemberists, Brighten, Bob Dylan, Arcade Fire, Jimmy Eat World, Sunny Day Real Estate, Neutral Milk Hotel, Movie sound tracks, 20's-30's-40's-50's-60's music, Neil Young, Bread, Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Coldplay (no matter how big they get, they still have cred' w/ us), Bright Eyes, Taking Back Sunday, Aaron Sprinkle, Sufjan Stevens, Richard Swift, Kent, Feist, Steely Dan, Modest Mouse, Billie Holiday, crickets at night :-), Sparklehorse, Coldplay, The Traveling Wilburys, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Say Anything, Kenny Loggins, Damien Rice, Kings of Convenience, fun pop music of any kind, Glenn Miller, Simon and Garfunkle, Phil Collins, Imogen Heap, The Format, Led Zeppelin, Iron and Wine, Envy Corp, Ben Folds, Portishead, Kings of Convenience, Sigur Ros, Rufus Wainwright, old movies, The Elected, Keane, Rilo Kiley, Etta James, Danny Elfman, James Taylor, the Judds, Elton John, Weezer, Third Eye Blind, Kenny Logins, The Judds, Gino Vanelli & Herbie Hancock (Weston:-), The Flaming Lips, all kinds of indie rock - pop, some classic rock, pop rock...on and on and forever.