Rock & Roll
"I have to say that the first time I heard The Last Good Year I was blown away! Huge fan of their stylings and song writing, not to mention their chops. Singer's got some pipes as well, which in my book is always a plus. Great band and great group of guys." - Kevin Martin, Candlebox "The songs are well written with great lryics and the band rocks live. Great group of guys and down for the cause. These guys are up and coming for sure." - Rick DeJesus, Adelitas Way. "To me, The Last Good Year is one of the best new acts, that will probably out last most of the rest of bands, strictly because they've got the goods. These guys are the real deal, they're not faking it, and there's not a bunch of machines doing their work for them. I, personally, like what they do and the way they do it. If you're not a fan, it's because you've never seen them. As far as new bands go, I highly recommend them!!!" Jon E. Gee - Bass Player for John Mellencamp/ Ted Nugent June 2013 - Featured Artist on the homepage of ReverbNation.com February 2013 - Midwest tour with Candlebox March 2012 - The Last Good Year's song "Steady Road" featured on ESPN's coverage on NCAA Baseball and Softball. February 2012 - The Last Good Year played the Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis. December 2010 - "Lipstick Cigarette" released on the Rock Band Network and available for download on xBox. November 2010 - Winner of “Indy's Next Big Thing” sponsored by Q95 (classic rock station) and Jack Daniels. Made an appearance on nationally syndicated radio show “Bob and Tom” and played songs “Racecar Driver” and “You More Than Me” during broadcast. Finalist in Alternative Addiction's "The Next Big Thing" - August 2009 Hard Rock Cafe "Ambassadors of Rock" Top 5 Finalist - May 2009 (Over 150 bands in 22 cities were narrowed down to 5 by industry experts like head judge Little Steven Van Zandt of the E Street Band, Planet Rock DJ Nicky Horne, Live Nation Vice President of Promotions Toby Leighton-Pope, SPIN Magazine editor Doug Brod and more) TLGY has played in Indianapolis, Bloomington, Ft. Wayne, West Lafayette, Chicago, Grand Rapids, Detroit, Flint, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Richmond, Annapolis, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Brooklyn, Manhattan, St. Louis, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, Omaha, Lincoln, Austin, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Denver, and LA with bands such as Candlebox, Everclear, Jonny Lang, Seven Mary Three, Collective Soul, The Gracious Few, Alex Band, Jon McLaughlin, and Saliva.