Lucky 7 (band)

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Lucky 7 (band)
Origin San Diego, California, United States
Genres Pop punk
Years active 1997–2003
Labels Shock Records, Omega Records

Lucky 7 was an American pop punk band from San Diego, California. They formed in 1997 and the next year independently released their first record, titled Miss Fortune. After touring with bands such as Goo Goo Dolls, New Found Glory, Something Corporate, and Allister, and receiving internet notice created by their high download rate at MP3.com, Lucky 7 signed with Shock Records/Omega Records, where they released their self-titled label-debut in 2002. The group disbanded in 2003.

Shortly after, Allen Colaneri joined Lances Hero, and ItalianJapanese which later broke up. He currently owns/operates the Blonde Bar in San Diego. Robert Garbowski plays drums in a band called Sweettooth. Jared Hren currently plays in the LA based drum group Street Drum Corps, a "Stomp-like" percussion group. Hren also plays drums in the US lineup of Guana Batz. Darin Brookner moved to Las Vegas and became a full-time English teacher at Bishop Gorman High School, where he teaches freshman and juniors. Steven Press moved to Colorado and is employed as a law enforcement officer in the Denver area.

Members[edit]

  • Allen Colaneri - vocals/guitar
  • Darin Brookner - guitar
  • Steven Press - bass, backing vocals
  • Robert Garbowski - drums
  • Aaron Crossland (1998–1999) - bass, backing vocals
  • Jared Hren (2002–2003) - drums

Discography[edit]

Date of Release Title Label
1998 Lucky 7 (Demo) Self Released
1999 Miss Fortune N/A
2001 Be The One (EP) Australia Release Omega Records
2002 Be The One (Single) Australia Release Shock/Omega Records
2002 Lucky 7 Omega Records

Music Videos[edit]

  • "California Girl"
  • "Be The One"

Awards[edit]

Date Award Titled Presenter
1999 Best Rock Band San Diego Magazine
1999 Top Internet Band CNN World Beat
1999 Best Alternative Band MP3.com
2001 Top 5 Internet Band Yahoo Internet Life
2001 Best Rock Band San Diego Magazine

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