Genres:Easy Listening, Pop Rock, Pop - Adult Contemporary, Specialty - Christmas/Holiday, Rock - Roots Rock, Rock - Pop Rock
2009 finds Fooling April back in the recording studio working on their highly anticipated 3rd LP. Bringing their very unique mix of pop rock sensibilities and approaching things from a simpler, more organic angle this time around holds promise for a truly memorable record. This seasoned group of young veterans continues to solidify their place as a mainstay on the Philadelphia and New York City live music scene. College promoters have noted their audience's natural gravitation to the band as both regional and national touring have continued to increase awareness of Fooling April amongst this all-important demographic. One need to look no further than the fact that Fooling April was recently voted Newest Rising Star by highly respected Campus Activities Magazine for evidence of their popularity at universities and schools throughout the U.S.
Never having been afraid to experiment in the studio or onstage has paid dividends as well as Fooling April has become a highly sought after live performance band. Whether appearing onstage as a support act for artists such as John Mayer, The Strokes, Dido, Dave Matthews Band, etc. or at one of their own dynamic performances, audiences have embraced the diversity of material found within a typical Fooling April set list and the versatility that the band demonstrates at each performance.
Away from the stage and studio Fooling April have proven themselves a savvy player in this multimedia age. With their music having been licensed to many major networks - including a key placement on a national ABC daytime drama; numerous local TV appearances in both Philadelphia and New York City along with multiple appearances on QVC has shown the band is willing to do what is necessary to get their message and their music delivered. Fooling April also continues to lead the way by utilizing an online presence second to none. Using both FoolingApril.com along with multiple social networking sites and snaring coveted main page features on national sites such as Billboard.com have kept the band at the forefront of this burgeoning age.