Junior Giant is four-piece band fronted by 21-year-old music prodigy and pro skier Spencer Linsley. Their sound is a blend of upbeat indie rock with alternative guitar driven beats and catchy hooks. The band's youthful exuberance informs the lyrics and their dynamic live performances. Music has been a part of Spencer's life since the age of 4 when he got his first guitar. He learned to play his Fender Stratocaster by learning his favorite song, Green Day's "Basket Case." At age 5 he started playing piano and learned how to read music. At 16, Spencer began to write songs and lay down tracks in a local studio under the guidance of his father, Brian Linsley. Spencer's love of music ultimately led him to form Junior Giant in 2008 along with his childhood friends JT Nebeker on bass, Skip Hardy on drums and father Brian Linsley on guitar. The band released their first album "Blue Boy" in 2009, and followed up with their latest, "Truth North" in 2010. Junior Giant recently filmed a music video inspired by James Bond's 1977 classic film "The Spy Who Loved Me" for their single "Heyla." Shot over 4 days at Solitude Mountain Resort ski resort, the end result is a fun filled video that pays homage to the unforgettable chase scene in the original film and ends with the band performing live to hundreds of enthusiastic fans dancing and singing along. Junior Giant is managed by Paul Geary of AGPS Management and future plans include expanding touring and connecting with fans across the country. The band has good exposure in Europe and they would like nothing more than to take six months to play to an International base.