Hawk Nelson is My Friend
Since 2004, music lovers have enjoyed a real camaraderie with rising pop-punk band Hawk Nelson, helping the quartet sell nearly half a million albums, land personal appearances on major television and motion picture projects, and gain high-profile song placement ('Bring...
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Since 2004, music lovers have enjoyed a real camaraderie with rising pop-punk band Hawk Nelson, helping the quartet sell nearly half a million albums, land personal appearances on major television and motion picture projects, and gain high-profile song placement ('Bring 'Em Out') with NBC's NFL Sunday Night Football campaign. "Going into this record, we sat down and thought about how we've always had this mentality of not so much winning fans as making friends," says frontman Jason Dunn. "We want to be clear that we're all about being on the same level as the audience." Now the true bond of friendship between the group and others continues to strengthen, mature, and be more overtly celebrated than even before with the Ontario-originated act's third Tooth & Nail release, Hawk Nelson Is My Friend. For all of their adventures and successes thus far, the members of Hawk Nelson still see themselves as "four guys just trying to make it," says Dunn. "We'll always be working toward that, trying to be THE band and write the best songs possible." Hawk Nelson Is My Friend most definitely lives up to that goal.
1. You Have What I Need
- 1. You Have What I NeedHawk Nelson0:59
- 2. Friend Like ThatHawk Nelson0:59
- 3. Turn It OnHawk Nelson0:59
- 4. One Little MiracleHawk Nelson0:59
- 5. Let`s DanceHawk Nelson0:59
- 6. Ancient HistoryHawk Nelson0:59
- 7. Somebody ElseHawk Nelson0:59
- 8. Arms Around MeHawk Nelson0:59
- 9. Just Like MeHawk Nelson0:59
- 10. Not The SameHawk Nelson0:59
- 11. Words We SpeakHawk Nelson0:59
- 12. I Still Miss YouHawk Nelson0:59
Hawk Nelson was formed in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada in 2003 by Jason Dunn, Dave Clark, Matt Paige, and Daniel Biro.
The band played independently in Peterborough, Ontario for a few years before they signed with Tooth And Nail Records. In July of 2004, Hawk Nelson released their major label debut Letters To The President. In October 2005, the band re-released Letters To The President, with new material including their cover of The Who's My Generation, three acoustic versions of some of their hits, and a limited edition cover. Dave Clark was replaced by Jonathan Steingard on guitar in 2004.
The band released their second studio album, titled Smile, It's The End Of The World, in 2006. The album's first single, Everything You Ever Wanted, went on to hit #1 for 9 weeks on the R&R Christian CHR chart, and was the fourth most played song of 2006. Hawk Nelson released a 3-track Christmas EP titled Gloria on November 21, 2006.