14 Musicians form Supergroup

By on Thursday, 29th January 2009 at 9:25 am
 

Some people say that forming a band with six or seven members is too hard to keep control of and organise. Well how about doubling that number to form a supergroup. “Operation Aloha” will be the name of the band that consists of Maroon 5, Phantom Planet and Gomez, along with several other artists.

A self-titled album is set for release around 12th of May and is likely to get the press coverage you might expect from a country disappearing or something. So you may be wondering how the hell this happened. Well, the bands and artists took time off, to visit the island of Maui where they stayed in tree houses for a month. This was of course, to get inspired by the surroundings and form an album based on the islands tranquility, instead of just some far fetched publicity stunt.

I am no expert on forming a band or record, but 30 days, 14 members and a tree house for accommodation will mean that surely the album will be a huge flop. One thing is for sure though, I already can’t wait to hear it.

The full member list is as follows:

James Valentine (Maroon 5)
Jesse Carmichael (Maroon 5)
Dajon Everett (Gomez)
Ian Ball (Gomez)
Olly Peacock (Gomez)
Sam Farrar (Phantom Planet)
Christopher Wray-McCann (Photographer)
Charles Danek
Fil Krohnengold (All Spots To Black)
Mathew Chaney
Maureen Wray-McCann
Nadav Kahn (Kahn Brothers)
Saam Gabbay
Will Nash

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