Hello Highway, Jocelyn

Hello Highway

Hello Highway is the Southern California piano rock project of Daniel Sumstine. Through his sincere lyrics and piano driven melodies, Daniel aims for a passionate pop/rock sound.

His new EP "Timeless" was produced in Atlanta, Georgia by Kenneth Mount and Zack Odom (All Time Low, The Ready Set, Mayday Parade) The EP debuted at #130 on the iTunes Alternative charts and has been gathering worldwide
attention ever since.

The single off the album titled "Hope in Tomorrow" was written with one thing in mind; to inspire Hello Highway's fan base, and all people, to never give up. He aims to uplift and inspire through his music.

"When people listen to my songs, I want them to feel hope. I want them to feel like they should never give up doing what truly makes them happy," said Sumstine. "For me, that's music."

Hello Highway has found success in an entirely independent way. From following major pop rock tours and selling his EP in line, to booking house shows as a source of touring, Hello Highway has already developed a loyal following. The Hello Highway family, as he calls it, is growing with every city he travels to. This work ethic and drive recently landed him a tour with fellow pop rock act Paradise Fears.

Stay on the lookout for Hello Highway because 2012 will without a doubt be a breakthrough year for him.

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Jocelyn is a pop/rock band from Iowa City, IA. The band chose the name Jocelyn to personify their music and reflect the band's goal of creating connections with each and every fan on a personal level. They believe that people matter, and that your story is important. Jocelyn makes an effort to stay connected to all of their fans, so feel free to contact them and tell them your story.

After two years, the band has released 3 EPs, covered over 100,000 miles to promote at over 200 shows, and sold over 10,000 albums. In July, 2013, Jocelyn launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds to purchase a van and touring equipment. With a meager goal of $5,000, the campaign reached it's goal in 10 minutes, reached $10,000 within 48 hours, and then went on to raise over $20,000 in a little over 3 weeks. The band also played over 120 private shows and embarked on two nationwide full band tours in 2013 alone. Most recently, the band released a single entitled "Fooled You Once, Shame On Me," which is now available on iTunes and most other online music stores.



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