The Click Five Biography
The Click Five started in Boston, Massachusetts in 2004. Joe Guese, Ben Romans, and Ethan Mentzer were in a band called "Oscar Bravo'" and Joel Zehr was a drummer for a another band called "For reasons Unseen". These two bands eventually broke up and that is when the group joined and formed The Click. They played their first venue at the Kiss 108 FM Hatshell Concert on Charles River in July 2004. They eventually changed their name to The Click Five.
They have gone on to open for some other big names such as Ashley Simpson and The Backstreet Boys in 2005. They also toured with Ryan Cabrera and The Veronicas in 2005. In November, they released their second single titled, "Catch the Wave" along with a video.
Not only are they singers, but in the fall of 2006 they filmed a movie called, "Taking Five". They are finding themselves going in a new direction because after filming their lead singer Eric Dill decided to go solo. Therefore, the search was on to find a replacement. At the Berkley College of Music, they found Kyle Patrick. This started them on a new path and released a new single called, "Jenny" in the spring of 2007 followed by their second album titled, "Modern Minds and Pastimes."
The Click Five Songs. MP3 & Video
Jenny Music Video