Hawk Nelson Formed:
Hawk Nelson Members:
Jonathon Steingard - lead vocals/guitar
Daniel Biro - bass
Justin Benner - drums
- Jason Dunn (lead vocals/keys) left the band on May 15, 2012
- Drummer Aaron Tosti (aka Squwid) left the band in early 2008
Hawk Nelson Bio:
Originally from a mid-sized suburb of Ontario, Canada, power pop/punk foursome Hawk Nelson calls itself "diehard believers in the transformative power of dreams, planning a course in musical expression underwritten by Biblical rooting at a young age and following through with vivaciousness each inch of the way."
As lifelong fans of pop/punk music the guys knew the steps it took to make a band and invested every ounce of energy into Hawk Nelson. "We defined our sound, cut an indie disc and started getting it in the hands of people," explains Jason. "We toured all around Toronto- from youth groups to colleges to arcades- and sought to get kids into it."
After growing up listening to bands like TFK, MXPX and Slick Shoes, their contract with Tooth and Nail Records was the fulfillment of a huge dream. After four years and some growing, they're still dreaming, but in a more rock way. Influences of Goldfinger, The All-American Rejects, Sum 41 and Green Day can now be heard in their music.
Hawk Nelson Discography:
- Made, 2013
- Crazy Love, February 1, 2011 (Compare Prices)
- Live Life Loud, September 22, 2009 (Purchase/Download)
- Hawk Nelson Is My Friend, April 1, 2008 (Purchase/Download)
- Smile, It's The End Of The World, 2006 (Compare Prices)
- Letters To The President, 2005 (enhanced with bonus tracks and videos) - (Compare Prices)
- Letters To The President, 2004 (Compare Prices)
- Saturday Rock Action, 2003 (released prior to being signed)
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Hawk Nelson News:
- Hawk Nelson Gets 3 Dove Nods in 2012 (Rock Recorded Song of the Year, Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year and Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year)
- Hawk Nelson - Prepares for Movie Debut in Yours, Mine & Ours
- Hawk Nelson On Tour With TFK - Sept. 2005
- Hawk Nelson News - September, 2004
- Hawk Nelson Plays the Who on American Dreams
- Hawk Nelson Debuts "Letter to the President"