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ThankYou&Goodnight is a rock band from Fort Wayne, Indiana. The groups main focus is positive rock. Brock tries to take negative things that happen in his life and write them in a way that can become positive!
Hometown Fort Wayne, IN
Genres Rock, Alt. Rock
Band Members Brock Andrews
Achievements Best-of-100 Top-10 Top-10 Top-10 Top-10 Top-10 Top-40
Upcoming Shows None
Contact Information:
Artist / Band Member
Brock Andrews (260) 705-7502
# Years Experience Performing Live: 4
# Live Perfomances Past Six-months: 10
Market Draw: Fort Wayne, IN: 76-100
Venue History: Pieres - Fort Wayne, IN
Berlin Music Pub - fort wayne, IN
Wooden Nickel - Fort Wayne, IN
816 Pint And Slice - Fort Wayne, IN
Hot Topic Glenbrook Square - Fort Wayne, IN
Jam Crib - Fort Wayne, IN
Solution Skate Park - Muncie, IN
IPFW - Fort Wayne, IN
Planet Rock - Battle Creek, MI
Opener Experience: Philmont; 500 miles to Memphis; The Letter Black
Performing Rights Society: BMI
Discography: Thank You... EP—2011; I Wrote This Song For You EP—2009

Thank You & Goodnight began as a solo project, which spawned from the mind of vocalist Brock Andrews. He recorded Thank You and Goodnight's first EP in the studio with long time friend Chad Deutsch.

The band now consists of original member and...





Reached 52nd in Best of Rock chart in 2011. In the top 100 for 3 weeks.
All Instrumental Winner, January 2012
Pop Winner, November 2011

Thank You & Goodnight by
If you listen to the whole of this debut by Fort Wayne’s own Thank You And Goodnight without taking a longer glance at the liner notes, you’d never guess that the pounding first number, “Tragedy,”...



Technical Requirements

All we need is a sound system to play through.  We would like to have four monitors up front and one for the drummer, but having played various shows at smaller venues with little to offer we feel we can deal with any situation and bring equipment to supplement the sound system as long as notified. We really just have two to three guitars, a keyboard, a bass, and the drum set.  If it's right for the venue we usually use our guitar as side fills to give us a better tone w/volume and better monitoring w/out over powering the crowd.  We need two mics up front: one fore main vocals an the other for various things such as BG vocals and a slight amount of screaming.  Thats pretty much it. 

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