|Genres||Alt. Rock, Modern Rock|
|Band Members||Jay Jefferson - Drums; Stephen Moniz - Guitar; Michelle Salgueiro - Bass; Elese Morrone - Vocals|
|# Years Experience Performing Live:||6|
|# Live Perfomances Past Six-months:||3|
|Market Draw:||Home Market: 201-250|
|Venue History:||Comcast Theatre - Hartford, CT; Six Flags New England - Springfield, MA; ARLENE'S GROCERY - NEW YORK, NY; Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel - Providence, RI; AS220 - Providence, RI; Harper's Ferry - Allston, MA; Ralph's Rock Diner - Worcester, MA|
|Opener Experience:||Lilith Fair Hartford, CT|
|Similar Artists:||Jimmy Eat World; Taking Back Sunday; Blink 182; Smoking Popes|
|Performing Rights Society:||ASCAP|
|Discography:||Curses, Spells, & Charms LP—2013; Bitter EP—2008|
For the Love of Sloane is Elese, Stephen, Jay, and Michelle. They each have their own influences and styles that combine the fun and edgy essence of punk, the emotion of a ballad, and the resonating power of rock. Mix it all together and their music will stay in your head while you are in the shower, driving around, or just walking down the street, and you are glad it does.
Their songs have given them the opportunity to open for Lilith Fair 2010, win Motif Magazine’s 2009 Break-thru-band of the year, become WXIN Rock Hunt Winners 2009, and have a 2009 Top 100 song on 95.5 WBRU.
To sum it all up, Stephen sees colors when he plays guitar, Michelle experiences each song as an adventure, Jay hits things and then hits them harder, and Elese looks like Liv Tyler but sings intoxicating lyrics and melodies that surely Liv can’t. Their music doesn’t come from anywhere specific, but rather it evolves from a feeling, which they bring to life. Just like one wants to hear the ocean’s wave each summer, one will want For the Love of Sloane’s music the same way.
Basic 4 piece setup – drums, vox, guitar, bass.