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'Carry On' is the most requested song in the history of WKMX . We literally had to shut the request lines down and spin the song at the top of the hour, every hour, for two solid weeks.

I believe in these guys as future multi-format hit makers.

Matt Pagirsky

Colour Academy have consistently been able to stay on our Top Unsigned list because of their terrific songwriting and endless work ethic. Not only have our visitors been saying great things about this band, but they have also been one of my favorites on the list for quite some time now. I can only foresee huge things happening for these guys in the near future.

(The Daily Chorus has had 20+ artists signed off of their "Top Unsigned" list in the past year.)

Cue McCollister

I have had the privilege of working with Colour Academy on multiple events including the sold out "Band Aid" concert which sold out 6,000 tickets in two days and raised over $100k for their demolished hometown high school after a tragic tornado. Plenty of people walk through our doors asking for us to help them "do something for the community" but very few people truly have the heart to give back the way Colour Academy has. I will be on board with any event Cliff Sims puts in front of me, any time, any where.

Michael Weeman

Colour Academy's songwriting, live performance and indefatigable work ethic has compelled me to take a front seat in helping to spread the word about this fantastic band that demands to be heard. They simply and humbly stand above their peers.

Toby Morris

Colour Academy is the best live show we've ever had on our stage. Period.

(After Colour Academy show with Sony BMG artists Nevertheless and Wavorly.)







May 1 - June 15 hitting Midwest and East Coast markets.

Notable Past Shows:
  • Hedlining CD release show - 1,500 attendees in Dothan, AL
  • Jingle Bell Rock 2008 - 2,500 attendees in Dothan, AL for a Christmas benefit show for underprivileged foster children. The event was produced, booked, and promoted by Colour Academy and featured platinum artists Lifehouse and Red Jumpsuit Apparatus along with Colour Academy. Over 1,000 foster children have been reached by this annual event over it's first two years.
  • Co-headlining "Band Aid" benefit show with Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - 6,000 attendees  (sold-out) for hometown performance benefitting tornado victims on [date]; entire benefit was produced, booked, and promoted by Colour Academy; event donated $100k to Enterprise High School in AL which was destroyed by a tornado. 
  • Florida Music Festival (May 2007) - Performed on Main stage.
  • Florida Music Festival (May 2008) - Performed on the sold-out ASCAP stage at The Social in Orlando.
  • Devil Stole the Beat (Feb 2008) - Performed on the sold-out ASCAP stage at Smith's in Atlanta.
Notable bands played / toured with include: Lifehouse, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Mae, The Myriad, The Spill Canvas, Nevertheless, Jackson Waters, There For Tomorrow, Wavorly, Dear and the Headlights, The Working Title, Luna Halo, Go Radio.

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The Band

Hometown Shows