Onehundredhours Disband

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Friday 24th April 2009

After 12 years Onehundredhours call it a day

POPULAR British rock band Onehundredhours, who released the critically acclaimed albums 'Stronger Than My Heart' (2004) and 'As Sure As The Stars' (2007) through Survivor Records and who led worship at such events as Soul Survivor as well as undertaking a mainstream UK tour with Daniel Bedingfield, have called it a day. Said American-born lead singer, guitarist and composer Tre Sheppard, now living in Northern Ireland, "I'm trying to be home more and it's just the constancy of being on the road. I just had a long look at it and thought, it's time to do some different things. Tori and I are still writing a lot, I've got a new studio in Ireland and I'm doing a lot more producing, so there's a lot of great things happening. It's hard because Onehundredhours has been a big part of my life, it's been the 12 best years of my life, we've had an amazing time together. It's a big shift for us but we're excited about it, it's going to be cool." CR

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Reader Comments

Posted by Emma Beattie in Norhtern Ireland! @ 20:12 on May 12 2009

:( so, so sad to see onehundredhours ending!
Thanks for the great times. you've brought so much to me through your music and kindness :) I think u are all amazin!
Good Luck with everythin you all plan to do!

God Bless you for what you have done over the 12 years and what you will all do in the future!

Emz xxx

Posted by Tom in Somerset @ 15:57 on Apr 27 2009

RIP Onehundredhours...thank you for the good times! Wishing you even more blessings as your journey unfolds.

Tom Maynard
brother john
Risen Records

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