Chattanooga based Nothing and the Nobodies began in 2007, however the three main members started playing music together in high school.
Guitarist Eddie Howard, drummer Mike Kelley and bassist Tim Williams join up for an eclectic stream of music which transcends classic and modern rock along with the modern jam band movement.
They've played music festivals, such as Riverbend, Riverfront Nights and the Keel Family Function along with live performances in the southeast. They've also been featured on TV and fadio by "This and That with Don Welch" and "Fred the Show with Jeff Styles."
Their first release, "Nothing and the Nobodies," co-produced and recorded by Richie Norton at Hixon's Digital Underground studio, will be out Nov. 3 on their independent NoSo Records and available online through nothingandthenobodies.com and CDBaby.com.
Nothing and the Nobodies are Eddie Howard on gutiar and vocals, Mike Kelley on drums and percussion, Tim Williams on bass and vocals and occasional member Jason McKinney on keyboards.