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Better Than Ezra is an American rock band from Baton Rouge, Lousiana. Kevin Griffin, Joel Rundell, Tom Drummond, and Cary Bonnecaze originally formed the band. Bonnecaze and Rundell have since left the group, having been replaced by Travis McNabb at first; however, Michael Jerome has subsequently replaced McNabb. After releasing their first album Surprise in 1990, tragedy struck the band as lead guitarist Joel Rundell committed suicide.
After taking some time off, the group reformed as a trio and released their first nationally distributed album Deluxe in 1993. Elektra Records later signed the band in 1995, and the single “Good” off the album reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks, and the album subsequently achieved platinum record certification. After the success of Deluxe, the band went back into the studio and released Friction, Baby to milder commercial success; however, the album did produce two singles, “Desperately Wanting,” and “King of New Orleans.”
How Does Your Garden Grow? marked a significant turning point for the band, as they moved away from their well-established sound, and attempted to make a very different sounding record. This move did not pay off as despite having the lead single, “At the Stars,” reach number 78 on the Billboard Hot 100; the band was dropped from Elektra Records. For the band’s next album, Closer, the band moved to a new record label, Beyond Records, and after spending 18-months working on it, released it in August of 2001. The label went under in 2002, causing the album to go out of print.
In 2005, the band released Before the Robots, which peaked at 84 on the Billboard 200 and number 3 on the US Indie charts. In 2009, drummer Travis McNabb left the group to tour with country group Sugarland. New Orleans based drummer Michael Jerome replaced McNabb. With Jerome, the group set to work on their seventh studio album, Paper Empire. Paper Empire was the band’s highest charting album since Deluxe, peaking at number 62 on the Billboard 200, and reached as high as number 17 on the US Rock chart and number 7 on the US Indie chart.
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