Ace Enders & A Million Different People

Appearing at The Social SUNDAY JULY 19th, 2009

Ace Enders was the front man of Jersey’s well known rock outfit The Early November. The band was a part of west coast indie label Drive-thru records and an essential part of the independent scene. As a part of T.E.N. Ace released records “For All of This,” “The Room Is Too Cold,” and controversial triple disc “The Mother the Mechanic the Path” not to mention a successful record for his solo project I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business. After collectively selling nearly 450,000 records over the past few years, the band went their separate ways in the summer of 2007. Summer 2008, Ace Enders recently finished a 3 month tour with Angels and Airwaves and is about to embark on a summer-long tour with Cute is What We Aim For. Earlier this year he completed a new record with producer Mark Weinberg (Matt Nathanson, Elliot Yamin) slated for release in March on Drive-thru and Vagrant Records. In addition he completed his record “The Secret Wars” finally fulfilling a long time goal of his to give away a full length record for free. The record is available right on for download now! Currently being billed as “Ace Enders and a Million Different People.”

Recommended If You Like:

The Early November, The Starting Line, Manchester Orchestra

Record Label: Drive-Thru


Appearing at The Social with Person L, The Gay Blades, The Dangerous Summer, and School Boy Humor

6pm doors $12.00 All Ages Welcome