When oldest brother Herman begged his parents to allow him and his two younger brothers to be in their 2009 talent show at their school, The Gore Boyz were born. All enrolled in music lessons, 15-year-old Herman takes on the ivory with the keyboards/piano, Edwin at 13 plays guitar, and Sean Michael who is only 10-years-old takes care of the drums. They have spent the last six years in intense talent development following the Berry Gordy Motown model. Influenced by old school R&B bands and the trendy new sounds of pop, R&B, and hip-hop, Herman, Edwin and Sean Michael formed the musical trio The Gore Boyz aka TGB and have set out to make their own mark in music.
Since starting they have been playing live, singing and dancing for diverse audiences throughout the country. They have performed in Charlotte, Atlanta, Los Angeles, DC, Detroit, Hawaii, Chicago, and Toronto, Canada as well as at the Carowinds’ Palladium, festivals, expos and the Tom Joyner Family Reunion. They have opened for artists such as American Idol winner Fantasia, Jacob Latimore, Trevor Jackson, Tank, and Eric Benet, just to name a few. These incredibly talented brothers are not only gifted musicians and entertainers; they are also honor students, community servants and accomplished athletes.
With a new album coming out soon, they are now shopping around to different labels to see if one is interested in a distribution deal. They released “TGB Handclap (Superman like Cam)” off of the album, and it became a viral hit when it launched Super Bowl Sunday. They’ve been touring ever since, performing across the country and in the Carolinas. TGB is trying to get more attention around the country by using their social media and performing for all age groups and they have also been taking acting lessons as well because they would like to showcase their musical talent on the big screen.
In summary, TGB is a boy band in which they are talented but need a springboard to get them out there into the public’s eye. There are not many up and coming young artists like TGB out there, so they are trying help preserve an endangered group in the music industry and that is young talented entertainers and Boyz have been in a Berry Gordy style training process for more than five years and just need an opportunity to help preserve good clean quality music and entertainment for the younger generations.
If you want to see how they started check out the video for “The Journey.”
The Gore Boyz are a boy band with a twist as they not only can sing and dance thanks to training with the likes of Chuck Maldonado who has choreographed everyone from Chris Brown to One Direction, as well as Jodeci’s Earl “One Love” Vernon”, and Big Mike of Day 26 who practices with them regularly. With that they are saving a dying breed in the industry by working hard to bring boy bands back into the forefront of domination.
The Gore Boyz
Official Site: http://www.tgbrocks.com
Press Kit: http://epresskitz.com/index.php?u=35256812