Someday Providence

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Someday Providence
Origin Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Genres Reggae, alternative, pop, ska punk
Years active 2005–2009
Labels None
Website Official website
Past members Tommy Gardner
Eddy Maher
Tom "Fuzzy" Moran
Paul Giammarco
Nic Reuter

Someday Providence is an alternative/rock/reggae band from Providence, Rhode Island, United States. They are known for their seasonal song "Summertime in Rhode Island", which is played every year on WBRU during the summer. They have been acknowledged as heavy hitters in the local scene by winning "Best Breakthrough Act (2006)" and "Best Local Act (2007)" award in the annual Providence Phoenix Best Music Poll.[1] 2008 showed them similar favor as finalists in the WBRU Rock Hunt. The Providence Journal called them "one of Rhode Island’s best-ever good-time bands".[2]

Discography[edit]

Full length albums[edit]

  • The Hidden Vibe (2006) (White Noise Records)
  • Thanks for Listening (2008) (self-released)

Singles[edit]

  • Summertime In Rhode Island (2006)
  • The Gentleman (2008)

Trivia[edit]

  • Many songs from the album The Hidden Vibe have been featured on MTV shows such as The Hills.[3]
  • "Be My Baby Tonight" played at the end of the MTV show Next.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bob Gulla (July 16, 2008)."Fresh Tracks". The Providence Phoenix".
  2. ^ Siclen, Bill Van. "Someday Providence regroups for post-Christmas show at The Met". providencejournal.com. Retrieved 2017-05-04. 
  3. ^ CHRIS CONTI (April 23, 2008). "The Phoenix > Music Features > Mix ’n’ mashup". The Providence Phoenix".
  4. ^ "Soundtrack to somedayprovidence - A Artist from Warwick"".