Staying positive and embracing the many opportunities of enjoyment given to us in this life is a message anyone can stand to hear. What better way than to hear this message through music?
This is exactly the message the members of Hero the Band would like to share with their fans and anyone else they can positively influence through music.
Members of Hero The band include a set of four biological brothers, with the last name of Hudson. They have been playing for about two and a half years together with the current group, and are named DJ, Justin, Nick, and Jerramy.
They all possess many talents such as playing football, drawing, painting, skating, and others, but as they got older, music was their main calling. Being a very spiritual family, they have answered the need to full fill the role of spreading positive energy for a better future.
“Positive energy attracts positive energy,” said Jerramy. “Stay true to yourself. Be a Hero in your own way.”
Growing up together while singing in the church, they lived music for many years. Many other family members are musicians, having influences from them and everything from all the classics such as Queen to Michael Jackson to Prince to André 3000. They loved it all growing up and used these influences to mold their genre, described as a mix of different genres, loosely based as Alternative Pop/Rock.
Having played at venues all over the Atlanta area and opening for Georgia Hall of Fame members, Mother’s Finest, they will now be performing at the Adamson Square Amphitheatre in Carrollton on Oct. 19, while they are on tour to support the release of their E.P., Golden Hearts. Golden Hearts has been available on iTunes since July 6.
“Get ready to see positive energy,” said Justin.
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