THE HOMECOMING is an energetic power pop group that just can't get away from being compared to the Jonas Brothers even though they are just small town guys with a clean image, good looks and a big sound. The Homecoming pairs driving, dance-floor-ready...
THE HOMECOMING is an energetic power pop group that just can't get away from being compared to the Jonas Brothers even though they are just small town guys with a clean image, good looks and a big sound. The Homecoming pairs driving, dance-floor-ready beats with sparkling melodies and spirited vocals to create a sound that's addicting, accessible and endlessly catchy which has earned the band a large fan base from around the world.
The Homecoming made their national debut in 2009 at Cornerstone, arguably the world's largest Christian music festival, thru a personal invitation from Traa Daniels, the bass player of P.O.D. The following year, Cornerstone used the band's song, So Loud, in the festival's 2010 promotional video.
The Homecoming has gone on to appear at concerts and festivals all over the country, with some audiences exceeding 5000 people for their shows, while sharing the stage with some of the biggest acts in the band’s genre. The Homecoming played a sold out show at the notorious Cleveland Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and filmed a live performance that aired on Exit 16, a music video show on JCTV.
The Homecoming's first single, So Loud, has over 78,000 MySpace plays and was used by the Cleveland Browns at the stadium during home games for the last three seasons. So Loud and the band’s newest single, Timing is Everything, gets radio air-play across the country and has been the featured song on many music sites including Indie Community, Indie Vision Music, iTickets.com and the NEW! station on I Heart Radio. The Homecoming licensed their music to be used by MTV and will be featured exclusively on all the episodes of the upcoming third season of The Drive TV, a Christian reality show that will be seen on 20 different stations in 200 countries.
The Homecoming wins audiences every time anyone is exposed to their music as the band is requested for radio interviews, feature articles in local newspapers and on-line music magazines, and a special guest appearance for the Chick-fil-a owner and operator conference. American Idol finalist, Phil Stacey approached The Homecoming to be the flagship band for his efforts as the new executive of Conquer Entertainment. The Homecoming is the spokesperson for My Broken Palace, a ministry dedicated to helping youth against the struggles of depression, suicide and addiction.