Letters To Cleo

Members of Letters To Cleo: Greg McKenna, Jason Sutter, Kay Hanley, Mike Eisenstein, Scott Riebling, Stacy Jones, Tom Polce
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.letterstocleo.net/, http://www.myspace.com/letterstocleo, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letters_To_Cleo

Discography of Letters To Cleo:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Aurora Gory Alice 10 Audio 1994 Giant Records
2 Wholesale Meats And Fish 12 Audio 1995 Giant Records
3 Go! 11 Audio 1997 Revolution (6)
4 Wholesale Meats And Fish 12 Audio 1995 Giant Records
5 Wholesale Meats And Fish 12 Audio 1995 Giant Records
6 Aurora Gory Alice 10 Audio 1994
7 Here & Now 4 Audio 1994 China Records
8 Here & Now 4 Audio 1994 Cherrydisc Records
9 Wholesale Meats And Fish 12 Audio 1995
10 Here & Now 3 Audio 1994
11 Here & Now / Big Star 2 Audio 1994 Giant Records
12 Sister 11 Audio 1998 Wicked Disc
13 Co-Pilot 3 Audio 1998 Revolution (6)
14 Live Plus 5 Audio 1996 Giant Records
15 Go! 11 Audio 1997
16 I Want You To Want Me 3 Audio 1999 Hollywood Records
17 Aurora Gory Alice 10 Audio 1993 Cherrydisc Records
18 Anchor 3 Audio 1997 Revolution (6)
19 Awake 2 Audio 1995
20 Go! 11 Audio 1997 Revolution (6)
21 Go! 11 Audio 1997 Revolution (6)
22 I Want You To Want Me 2 Audio 1999 Hollywood Records
23 Anchor 2 Audio 1997 Revolution (6)
24 Dangerous Type 4 Audio 1996 Columbia
25 From Boston Massachusetts 17 Audio 2013-02-15 Dot Rat Records
26 Awake 3 Audio 1995 Giant Records
27 Aurora Gory Alice 10 Audio 1994
28 Wholesale Meats And Fish 12 Audio 1995 Giant Records
29 Awake 2 Audio 1995 Giant Records


[b]Letters To Cleo[/b] was a Boston-based alternative rock band, formed in 1990 by Greg McKenna and Kay Hanley after the break-up of their former band, [b]Rebbecca Lula[/b]. The original line-up included Kay Hanley ([i]lead vocals[/i]), Greg McKenna ([i]guitar[/i]), Mike Eisenstein ([i]guitar, keyboards[/i]), Stacy Jones ([i]drums[/i]) and Scott Riebling ([i]bass[/i]).

From 1993 to 1997, [b]Letters To Cleo[/b] released 3 albums and had several tracks included on various TV and movie soundtracks. Their first hit single "Here & Now" (1993) reached #10 on the Billboard Modern Rock Singles chart.

In 1997, drummer Stacy Jones left the band and was replaced by Tom Polce. After a short tour, Tom Polce was replaced by Jason Sutter.

The group disbanded in 2000.


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