L.A. Band No Convention Records with Billy Sherwood from Legendary Band Yes

No Convention is true indie alternative-rock. Their base is a wide variety of influence and experience, and their sound and musical taste is eclectic and very good.

They have fans all over Southern California, after playing The Whisky A Go Go, Molly Malone’s, the House of Blues and many others.

They have been around for a couple of years, and in September, 2013, we saw their debut EP, “Yours To See.”

In August, 2014, they released their latest single, called “121 Days.” The producer for that single was the legendary Billy Sherwood, producer and current bassist for the band Yes.

Now No Convention is hard at work in the studio recording their next full-length album, called “Welcome To Hollywood.” Look for this album in late 2015.

The band says they plan to follow up this album with a series of regional shows early next year, and then tour the continental United States in the Summer of 2016.


Bookings for No Convention are handled by Johnnie Ferro at 323-213-1132 or e-mail [email protected] You can also get more information about the band from Johnnie by phone or the email address.

The No Convention lineup is:




No Convention also has an official facebook page atfacebook.com/NoConventionBand

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