Nothing More is an American rock band from San Antonio, Texas, United States. Formed in 2003, the band spent much of the 2000s recording independent albums and struggling to maintain a steady lineup or attract record label interest. Towards the end of the decade, the band's long-time drummer, Jonny Hawkins, decided to switch to being the band's frontman and lead vocalist, stabilizing the band's core lineup along with other long-time members Mark Vollelunga and Daniel Oliver. The band self-funded and recorded their fourth studio album, Nothing More, over the course of three years and used it to gain the attention of Eleven Seven Music record label, who signed the band to a five album record contract upon hearing it.
|Origin:||San Antonio, Texas, United States|
|Genres:||Hard rock, alternative rock, progressive rock, progressive metal, heavy metal|
|Labels:||Eleven Seven, Better Noise, Vestia Entertainment (early)|
|Members:||Jonny Hawkins, Mark Vollelunga, Daniel Oliver, Ben Anderson|
|Past members:||Josh Klaus, Josh Kercheville, Matt Reynolds, Travis Cox, Trey Graham, Devin Travieso, Paul O'Brien|
|Twitter:||Nothing More's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Nothing More's Facebook profile|
|Spotify:||Nothing More's Spotify|
About Jonny Hawkins
Long-time drummer for the hard rock outfit Nothing More who became the group's frontman and lead vocalist to help stabilize the core lineup of the band. The group's first album with him as lead singer was The Few Not Fleeting.
He began playing the drums in the seventh grade.
Due to a number of personal issues, he began to struggle with depression in 2008.
He grew up with a sister named Jenna. His mother passed away from cancer. He has been in a relationship with Kristin Katrina.
He met guitarist Mark Vollelunga around that time after hearing him play the guitar at a church camp.
Information related to Nothing More
- Hard rock musical groups from Texas
- Musical groups from San Antonio
- American progressive rock groups
- American progressive metal musical groups
- American alternative metal musical groups