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The Greater Heights

Greater Heights is a Pop Rock band formed in San Diego, Ca in 2010. They're capturing fans with their pop-rock tunes, topped with warm, powerful, and catchy vocal hooks that make your hair stand up. While witnessing their high-energy live performance, you'll find yourself singing along to the music.

Being in the same bands since the age of 14 and having the ever so common dream of any artist; OPPORTUNITY, Chase Johnson (vocals,guitar,keys) and Maxwell Hobbs (keys,synthesizer,guitar) set out from Chicago, IL to San Diego, Ca to search for the missing pieces to their musical puzzle. While managing jobs, music and business aspects, Robert Main(bass) and Christopher Crain (percussion) had reached out to the boys to try and create a new sound in pop music in the Southern California music world. Greater Heights was then formed in 2010 with the intension of exploding into the lifestyles of everyday people. On February 14th, Greater Heights released two new singles, "Make It Through" and "Left Me Here", overtaking the #1 artist with most downloads and plays on Purevolume and new music video for "Make it Through" featured on Buzznet on April 19th getting over 3,500 hits on YouTube and counting.

With the influences of such artists as Coldplay, The Fray, Neon Trees, Muse, and M83, Greater Heights have been noticed for their catchy choruses and undeniable hooks that keep you humming for days. Greater Heights will catch you with the keen vocals and unforgettable licks while keeping you addicted to their deep rhythms and pounding beats. Once perceiving one of the bands flashy, high-energy showcases, you'll be coming back for more to such venues as The House of Blues, The Roxy(Los Angeles, Ca), SOMA(San Diego, CA), Whisky A Go Go(Los Angeles, CA), and Chain Reaction. [+]