10
Mar
09

Ace Enders and A Million Different People

First I want to thank my readers for pushing me over the edge of 10,000 hits. And I cannot choose anyone to write about in my first 10k post than one of my favorite artists of all time, Ace Enders. Since the beginning of his musical career with The Early November in 1999 he has become a national recording artist for Drive Thru Records. After two EP’s and two full-length albums including The Room’s Too Cold and The Mother, The Mechanic, and the Path. The last album which was released in the summer of 2006 debuted at #31 on Billboard’s Top 200. With an ever-growing loyal fan base and sold out shows, the band stopped touring and revealed they will be on hiatus. On March 13, 2007, the hiatus was announced on their website but reuniting was not ruled out. Ace Enders’ original solo project entitled “I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody’s Business” was stopped after one album to return on the early November’s last full length album.

But now Ace Enders after fighting with himself to maybe leave the music industry found anew souce of fire for his musical passion. In the Summer of 2007, he decided to build a recording studio. Now Pink Space Recording has become house to his own label with old band mate, Jeff Kummer, Regular Music. This is where Ace recording a couple demos including, “Emergency” and my favorite “From A Daze”. From the demo project Ace developed his project: Ace Enders And A Million Different People. From there he started opening for Angels and Airwaves that summer. And by mid-Summer he released an eight-track album called, “The Secret Wars”.

In 2008, Ace Enders got an opportunity of a lifetime to cover one of the greatest songs of all time for VH1’s Save the Music. He and fellow singers of All Time Low, Relient K, Kenny from The Starting Line, and Mark Hoppus from +44 banded together to create an unbelievable cover of The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony.” The song was released on iTunes while 100% of the money goes straight to charity.The track is on Enders’ MySpace but check out a version on YouTube that I found to hear the full length.

Now on Ace Enders’ is releasing a full-length album entitled, “When I Hit the Ground.” All the tracks have been put up on his MySpace today. And I will be the first to tell you Ace Enders’ fans that you will definitely not be disappointed. A week from today the album will be released though Drive Thru and Vagrant Records. “When I Hit the Ground” is a self tiled track on the new album and it is buzzworthy. It’s a classic Ace tune with all the rock and soul of each past song. Also “Reaction” and “The Only Thing I Have (the sign)” are two songs that truly shine on the album. Two more tracks to look out for are “Over This” and a rock ballad in “Where Do We Go From Here”. Plus Ace Enders and a Million Different People is adding “Emergency” to the album as well. While ace has kept his sound like his previous works, is maturity truly reveals itself through the emotions and lyrics of the album. All the responses across the web have been very high and everyone is awaiting to see it be released next Tuesday. The album is already a classic in my mind and everyone seems to feel the same. For the Chicago fans, Ace Enders and a Million Different People is coming to the Aragon Ballroom on April 15th with the All American Rejects. So check him out and  you will be impressed by his live set. And remember “When I Hit the Ground” will be released on March 17th and please go but this album. It is supremely a great album for all music fans.

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