Every Time I Die continue their home town hero domination with news that they’ve been added to the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame – Class of 2019 and it’s no surprise, the boys have been working super hard for their town since their early conception, but what makes this special, is it’s proving you don’t have to be a mainstream act to get appreciation!
Guitarist Jordan Buckley shared the news on his Instagram account along with an funny anecdotal story about the announcement, revealing:
“This morning I watched a man get up in front of TV cameras at the Buffalo Music Hall Of Fame induction announcement and with a completely straight face say “I was in a band in the 70s, why haven’t I been inducted yet”? It was, and I cannot stress this enough, the greatest thing I have ever seen in my entire life.”
It’s not the first accolade the band has received from Buffalo, December 15th is now recognised as Every Time I Die Day (ETIDDay) in the city and they even scored a plaque for their efforts, which they have to share amongst the members as they told us earlier this year when they played UNIFY Gathering. You know which fellow band from Buffalo doesn’t have their own day? The Goo Goo Dolls!
Bravo you bunch of ETIDiots, keep nailing life! Revisit our full interview with Andy Williams and Stephen Micciche backstage at UNIFY 2019 right here
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