Eric Sean Nally Singer
Eric Sean Nally is the lead singer and founding member of Foxy Shazam, an alternative rock group from Cincinnati, Ohio. Nally was one of the founding members of Foxy Shazam in 2004. In 2005, the band released the album The Flamingo Trigger. In 2008, their second album, Introducing was released. 2010 saw the release of the band's self-titled third album. Nally is known for his wild and flamboyant stage persona. He often eats lit cigarettes on stage, and occasionally sings while hanging from rafters by his knees. He is often falsely attributed to being homosexual, a fact he acknowledges and denies in the song "Wanna-Be Angel." He instead makes a clear differentiation between his stage persona and his off-stage life: "We [the band] really have nothing in common with the six guys who play on stage." In 2010 Nally helped write two songs on Meat Loaf's album Hang Cool Teddy Bear with Justin Hawkins of the band The Darkness. Nally has a wife, Karen, and two sons. His older son, Julian, is mentioned in the song "Oh Lord" off of their self titled album, and also appears alongside Nally in various videos posted on Foxy Shazam's YouTube channel.
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1.Foxy Shazam! Progressive rock, Pop rock, Experimental rock, Hardcore punk, Glam rock, Post-hardcore, Hard rock, Alternative rock, Soul music, Rock music
Foxy Shazam is an American rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, formed in 2004. The band is composed of lead vocalist Eric Nally, guitarist Loren Turner, pianist Sky White, bass player Daisy, trumpeter and back-up vocalist Alex Nauth, and drummer Aaron McVeigh. The band released their debut album The Flamingo Trigger independently before signing with Ferret Music, under which they recorded their second album, Introducing. The following year, the band recorded its first major label record with producer John Feldmann. Foxy Shazam signed with Sire Records and released its self-titled major label debut in 2010. The band's fourth studio album, The Church of Rock and Roll, was released in January 2012. Gonzo, the band's fifth album, was released April 2, 2014.
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