'Vibrant visual lyrics, artistic arrangements and catchy hooks...' - Kweevak.com It hasn't taken long for More Then I to capture the attention of the New Jersey tri-state scene. They have gathered support from fans and radio while grinding it out on the road from D.C. to Boston with one of the hottest live shows around. 'I want to be a roadie for More Then I...' screamed B98.5 DJ Chris Brown, during the Pulse Music Festival. Lead vocalist Marc Goldberg describes the 98.5 WBBO affair as 'A great collection of the best bands from the Jersey Shore.' '...swing by one of their shows. I think you'd be surprised... ' - SignalFading.com More Then I thrives on the road. 'Nothing beats that bond you make with the audience, it's what we live for,' notes drummer Dan Scott. While steadily building a fan base at key rock venues like The Stone Pony, Abilene's and CBGB's, they have become college favorites. Students from Penn State, Iona, Plattsburg and Monmouth Universities have become some of the bands most avid fans. Amid festival appearances loaded with top acts and while offering tour support to The Marshall Tucker Band, O.A.R., Von Bondies & Josh Todd Of BuckCherry, the band has sold hundreds of T-shirts & CDs. '...This CD is truly one work of art unlike any other...' - Muziqforeveryone.com During the summer of 2002 the band entered the studio with engineer Don Sternecker (Peter Gabriel, Blues Traveler) and began work on their debut album, 'U'. 'Don was a great resource for us while recording U,' remembers lead guitarist Tim Quick 'his experience helped us build the recordings we had in our heads.' Released in October of that same year, 'U' received critical acclaim in such publications as The Aquarian, Kweevak.com and SignalFading.com and radio airplay on such stations as Jersey's Own Rock Radio 105.5 WDHA (Cedar Grove, NJ), The Jersey Shore's Top 40 Station 98.5 WBBO (Manahawkin, NJ) and regional college radio. '...This New Jersey band plays an eclectic mix of modern rock with shades of pop and emo.' - Kweevak.com Constantly writing, the band entered BackPocket Studios (Sting, Stevie Wonder) and has churned out another monster release, 'Change' set to debut on November 26th, 2004. The new album will be supported with regional touring, radio and online distribution from CDBaby.com. More Then I will kick off their tour at The Stone Pony supporting Bret Michaels of Poison. Bassist Greg Manderski is keyed up to launch the new album, 'We've rotated a few of the new songs into our shows and the fans are already singing along.'