Long Since Forgotten

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Long Since Forgotten
Origin Syracuse, New York, USA
Genres Emo[1][2]
Indie rock
Years active 1999–2009
Labels Rocketstar Recordings
EVO Records
Website longsinceforgotten.net

Long Since Forgotten was an American band from Syracuse, New York.


Long Since Forgotten formed in 1999 by brothers Josh and Caleb Coy along with Jeff French in Phoenix, NY, who self-released a full-length album, In All Honesty, and an EP, Monday 12AM, before adding a permanent drummer, Steve Stockin of Lafayette, NY, to their lineup.[1] After regional touring, the group signed to RocketStar Recordings and released their second album, All the Things You Said in 2002, produced by Ed Rose.[1] After a nationwide tour,[1] a second album on RocketStar, Standing Room Only, followed in 2004, which was also produced by Rose.[2][3][4][5] The band received a Syracuse Area Music Award (SAMMY) in the Best Rock category in 2005[6]. In late 2007, the group released its fourth LP, The Theft,[7] which was issued in Japan before seeing a release in the United States.[8]


  • Josh Coy - guitar, vocals, theremin, lute, keyboards, oboe
  • Caleb Coy - bass, vocals, mandolin, alto saxophone, spoon
  • Jeff French - guitar, clarinet, drums, bass, vocals, synthesizer
  • Steve Stockin - drums, mixtables, triangle, drums, auto-harp


  • In All Honesty (2000)
  • Monday 12AM EP (2001)
  • All the Things You Said... (RocketStar Recordings, 2002)
  • Standing Room Only (RocketStar, January 27, 2004)
  • The Theft (EVO, 2007)


  1. ^ a b c d Long Since Forgotten at Allmusic
  2. ^ a b Review of Standing Room Only, In Music We Trust. Accessed November 8, 2007.
  3. ^ Review of Standing Room Only. 30 Music, January 26, 2004. Accessed November 9, 2007.
  4. ^ Review of Standing Room Only, Allmusic. Accessed November 9, 2007.
  5. ^ Review of Standing Room Only. Melodic.net. Accessed November 9, 2007.
  6. ^ "Recipients". The SAMMYS. Retrieved 2017-03-24. 
  7. ^ Review of The Theft. Syracuse New Times, October 17, 2007. Accessed November 8, 2007.
  8. ^ Interview No. 2 with Long Since Forgotten. True Punk, 2007. Accessed November 9, 2007.

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