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New Found Glory Information

The rock band, New Found Glory, got their start in 1997 when vocalist Jordan Pundik and guitarist Stephen Klein went to high school together. They began writing music in their home town of Coral Springs, Florida. They added bassist Ian Grushka and drummer Cyrus Bolooki over the years to make up their current members. New Found Glory is most widely known for their pop-influenced melodies with the energy and tempos of classic punk rock.

The band released their first home-recorded EP in 1997 entitled, "It's All About the Girls." They began to tour the East Coast and eventually released their debut album, "Nothing Gold Can Stay" in 1999. They continued to rake in success with their next three albums, "New Found Glory" in 2000, "Sticks and Stones" in 2002, and "Catalyst" in 2004. All of these albums charted on the Billboard 200. They then took a break from touring but came back with another album in 2006, "Coming Home" then their sixth studio album, "Not Without a Fight" in 2009, topping the Billboard Independent Albums Chart. Their seventh and latest studio album, "Radiosurgery," was released in 2011.

New Found Glory is currently on tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their album, "Sticks and Stones." The album will be performed in its entirety "and then some." The entire tour will feature support from The Story So Far, Seahaven, and Candy Hearts.