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'''Eve 6''' is an American alternative rock group that formed in Southern California in 1995. The band is currently comprised of [[Max Collins]], [[Tony Fagenson]], and [[Jon Siebels]]. For nearly all of their songs, Collins writes lyrics, sings, and plays bass, Fagenson plays drums, and Siebels plays guitar.
 
'''Eve 6''' is an American alternative rock group that formed in Southern California in 1995. The band is currently comprised of [[Max Collins]], [[Tony Fagenson]], and [[Jon Siebels]]. For nearly all of their songs, Collins writes lyrics, sings, and plays bass, Fagenson plays drums, and Siebels plays guitar.
  
I first heard Eve 6 from the song [[Inside Out]] played by a friend of mine, and while I thought the song was quite catchy, my attitude was biased against all pop music at the time. I later heard them again when another friend of mine was listening to [[Horrorscope]], which I also liked. I still didn't seek them out until years later when I downloaded their music on Kazaa and really started to like them. Their powerful sound and playful lyrics caused them to rapidly became one of my favorite bands. It was only then that I found out they had recently broken up 2004. I still bought their first three albums and really enjoyed each of them. When I heard about the formation of [[The Sugi Tap]] on MySpace, I started getting excited for a possible tour, and was thrilled when they re-formed as Eve 6 to begin touring again. I first saw them in concert at Central Michigan University and loved them live. I saw them again at The Whiting in Flint, MI, and then again, with early access, at St. Andrews in Detroit to promote their new album [[Speak In Code]].
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I first heard Eve 6 from the song [[Inside Out]] played by a friend of mine, and while I thought the song was quite catchy, my attitude was biased against all pop music at the time. I later heard them again when another friend of mine was listening to [[Horrorscope]], which I also liked. I still didn't seek them out until years later when I downloaded their music on Kazaa and really started to like them. Their powerful sound and playful lyrics caused them to rapidly became one of my favorite bands. It was only then that I found out they had recently broken up 2004. I still bought their first three albums and really enjoyed each of them. When I heard about the formation of [[The Sugi Tap]] on MySpace, I started getting excited for a possible tour, and was thrilled when they re-formed as Eve 6 to begin touring again. I first saw them in concert at Central Michigan University and loved them live. I saw them again at The Whiting in Flint, MI, again, with early access, at St. Andrews in Detroit to promote their new album [[Speak In Code]], and again in 2018 at St. Andrews for their 20th anniversary of their [[Eve 6 (album)|debut album]].
  
One of the things I've especially loved about the band is that they have always been willing to meet with their fans after or before shows. Most artists I've seen live, unless they're fairly unknown, will disappear after a concert, but every time I've seen Eve 6 live, they've always provided a way for their fans to meet them, either through early access, or by a meet-and-greet afterward.
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One of the things I've especially loved about the band is that they have always been willing to meet with their fans after or before shows. Most artists I've seen live, unless they're fairly unknown, will disappear after a concert, but all four times I've seen Eve 6 live, they've always provided a way for their fans to meet them, either through early access, or by a meet-and-greet afterward.
  
 
==Discography==
 
==Discography==

Revision as of 20:59, 9 December 2018

Eve 6, circa 2014.

Eve 6 is an American alternative rock group that formed in Southern California in 1995. The band is currently comprised of Max Collins, Tony Fagenson, and Jon Siebels. For nearly all of their songs, Collins writes lyrics, sings, and plays bass, Fagenson plays drums, and Siebels plays guitar.

I first heard Eve 6 from the song Inside Out played by a friend of mine, and while I thought the song was quite catchy, my attitude was biased against all pop music at the time. I later heard them again when another friend of mine was listening to Horrorscope, which I also liked. I still didn't seek them out until years later when I downloaded their music on Kazaa and really started to like them. Their powerful sound and playful lyrics caused them to rapidly became one of my favorite bands. It was only then that I found out they had recently broken up 2004. I still bought their first three albums and really enjoyed each of them. When I heard about the formation of The Sugi Tap on MySpace, I started getting excited for a possible tour, and was thrilled when they re-formed as Eve 6 to begin touring again. I first saw them in concert at Central Michigan University and loved them live. I saw them again at The Whiting in Flint, MI, again, with early access, at St. Andrews in Detroit to promote their new album Speak In Code, and again in 2018 at St. Andrews for their 20th anniversary of their debut album.

One of the things I've especially loved about the band is that they have always been willing to meet with their fans after or before shows. Most artists I've seen live, unless they're fairly unknown, will disappear after a concert, but all four times I've seen Eve 6 live, they've always provided a way for their fans to meet them, either through early access, or by a meet-and-greet afterward.

Discography

Released Album Title Type Own?
1996-??-?? Eleventeen Demo No
1998-04-28 Eve 6 Studio Yes, signed by each member.
2000-07-25 Horrorscope Studio Yes, signed by each member.
2003-07-22 It's All In Your Head Studio Yes, signed by each member.
2010-??-?? Extended Versions Live Yes, signed by each member.
2012-04-24 Speak In Code Studio Yes, signed by each member.

Songs

This is a list of some of my favorite Eve 6 songs. For all their songs, see Eve 6 Songs.

Gallery

Links