Open Hand

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Open Hand
OriginCalifornia, United States
Years active1997–present
LabelsTrustkill/Roadrunner/ Anodyne/Blacktop/American Propaganda

Open Hand is an American rock band. The band was formed in Hollywood in 1997 by guitarist/vocalist Justin Isham. With bassist Michael Anastasi and drummer Alex Rodriguez they released two EPs on Justins own American Propaganda label, Radio Days (1998) and Evolutions (1999). After touring they signed with Trustkill Records in 1999. In 2000, Trustkill issued The Dream, a collection of the band’s two EPs and bonus unreleased material. They continued touring. They released the album "You and Me" in 2005 on Trustkill / Roadrunner Records, the band went on to tour extensively all over the world between 2005- 2009. Open Hand released "Honey" (Anodyne Records) in 2010. The band has continued touring ever since . Open Hand is currently writing new material and working on a new record titled 'Weirdo' On April 20, 2020, the band will release a remixed, remastered, and re-sequenced version of Honey for its 10th anniversary.[1]

Band members[edit]

Current members

Former members

  • Breanne Martin (Breanne Wahl) - vocals, keyboards
  • Alex Rodríguez - drums
  • Sean Woods - guitar
  • Alex Organ - drums
  • Beau Burchell - guitar
  • Michael Anastasi - bass
  • Sean Rosenthal - bass
  • Erik Valentine - bass
  • Derek Donley - bass
  • Paxton Pryor - drums
  • Zach Kennedy - bass
  • Jeff Myer - bass
  • Jason Gerken - drums
  • Drew Marcogliese- drums
  • Capt Dave Anderson - bass
  • Dave Gaume - bass
  • Sam Hoskins - drums
  • Steve Riley - drums
  • Paul Malinowski - bass
  • Clark Gardner - drums


  • Radio Days (American Propaganda records EP, 1998)
  • Evolutions (American Propaganda records EP, 1999)
  • The Dream Trustkill Records (2000)
  • Live At CBGB Magazine release(2002)
  • You and Me Roadrunner Records / Trustkill (2005)
  • Honey Anodyne Records (2010)
  • The Mark Of The Demon Blacktop Records(EP, 2011)
  • Live at CBGB Blacktop Records reissue (2015)
  • Live at The Rainbow Blacktop Records reissue (2016)


  1. ^ Pryor, Terrance. "Open Hand reissuing 'Honey' for 10-year anniversary". MP3s and NPCs. Retrieved April 9, 2020.

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