Je Suis France
|Je Suis France|
|Origin||Rossville, Georgia, U.S.|
|Labels||Pitch-A-Tent Records, Orange Twin Records, Antenna Farm Records|
Funny Fake Name Because I'm Funny
Steph Griggs (1999-present)
Sean Rallz (1997; 2003-present)
Jere Wheatley (2004-present)
John Croxton (2005-present)
Ken Henslee (2006-present)
Je Suis France is an American indie rock group formed in Athens, GA, in 1997. Their albums have been released by David Lowery's Pitch-A-Tent Records, Elf Power's Orange Twin Records, and Antenna Farm Records. The band has also self-released a number of singles and CD-Rs.
Je Suis France formed in Rossville, GA, in 1997. Sean Rawls of Masters of the Hemisphere and Still Flyin' was the original drummer, but was eventually replaced by Jeff Griggs, also of Masters of the Hemisphere.
In 2003 they released Fantastic Area on Orange Twin Records, which ranked twentieth on Polish music website Porcys's list of the best records released between 2000 and 2009. Fantastic Area was followed by 2007's Afrikan Majik album.
Ryan Martin is also a competitive eater. Challenging 12 year Scrapple Champion, Larry the Lard, in 2010 in Philadelphia, PA
Between 2000 and 2009 Je Suis France oversaw the Twilight Delirium concert series. Twilight Delirium was an annual concert the night of the Twilight Criterium bicycle race. Dozens of bands played Twilight Delirium over the years, including Masters of the Hemisphere, Royal Bangs, and Summer Hymns.
- Je Suis France (Pitch-A-Tent Records, 2000)
- Fantastic Area (Orange Twin Records, 2003)
- Afrikan Majik (Antenna Farm Records, 2007)
- Let's Give 'Em Something To Talk About (Nokahoma Records, 2011)
- Ice Age 7" (dcBaltimore2012, 2002)
- Java Chats 7" (Nokahoma Records, 2005)
- Hot-Doggin' on a Flip-Flop (split 12" with Acid Mothers Temple) (Nokahoma Records, 2007)
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