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      Hawthorne Heights formed in 2001 originally under the name A Day in the Life. Hawthorne Heights' drummer, Eron Bucciarelli, stated in the bonus edition DVD of The Silence in Black and White that Hawthorne is a reference to the author Nathaniel Hawthorne and Heights refers to transcendentalism.... read more

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      Nov 2 George's Majestic Lounge Fayetteville, Arkansas
      Nov 3 Tower Theatre Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
      Nov 5 Aggie Theatre Fort Collins, Colorado
      Nov 6 The Slowdown Omaha, Nebraska
      Nov 7 Wooly's Des Moines, Iowa
      Nov 8 Majestic Theater Madison, Wisconsin
      Nov 9 The Castle Theatre Bloomington, Illinois
      Nov 10 Bogart's Cincinnati, Ohio
      Nov 12 Intersection Grand Rapids, Michigan
      Nov 13 The Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, CAN
      Nov 14 L'Astral Montreal, CAN
      Nov 15 Anthology Rochester Rochester, New York
      Nov 16 Webster Theatre Hartford, Connecticut
      Nov 17 Paradise Rock Club Boston, Massachusetts
      Nov 19 Roxian Theatre Mc Kees Rocks, Pennsylvania
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      Hawthorne Heights formed in 2001 originally under the name A Day in the Life.

      Hawthorne Heights' drummer, Eron Bucciarelli, stated in the bonus edition DVD of The Silence in Black and White that Hawthorne is a reference to the author Nathaniel Hawthorne and Heights refers to transcendentalism. Another explanation, with an unknown origin, is that the name is a portmanteau of "Hawthorn (sic) Hill" and "Huber Heights," names of two areas around the band's hometown of Dayton, Ohio.

      They burst onto the scene with 2004's The Silence in Black and White, their Victory Records debut. Fueled by the single "Ohio is For Lovers," the album went on to sell over 800,000 copies without virtually any radio play.

      When their second album If Only You Were Lonely was released, it debuted at number 3 on the charts having sold 100,000 copies in the first week, powered by the lead single "Saying Sorry" which has received massive airplay on MTV, VH1 and Fuse.

      On July 18, 2006 it was announced that they would be in the annual Nintendo Fusion Tour along with Relient K, Emery, The Plain White Ts and fresh from their spot on the Victory Records tour, The Sleeping.

      On August 7, 2006, the band announced they would be leaving Victory Records, and are suing the label for breach of contract, copyright and trademark infringement, fraud, and abuse.

      Due to the band leaving Victory, the Nintendo Fusion Tour has taken a particular significance as the band attempts to get signed onto a new label. The band has also gone for a world record attempt for having the largest street team ever as they are promoting the tour using their Myspace fans.

      The current lineup is:
      JT Woodruff: Vocals/Guitar
      Micah Carli: Guitar
      Casey Calvert: Guitar/Backup Vocals
      Eron Buciarelli: Drums
      Matt Ridenour: Bass

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