Yellowcard's original lineup featured Ben Dobson on vocals, Todd Clary on guitar and vocals, Ben Harper on guitar, Warren Cooke on bass, and Longineu Parsons III on drums.
Modern Amusement frontman Ryan Key appeared as a guest, on background vocals, as did violinist Sean Wellman aka Sean Mackin.
Key had also been in California band Craig's Brother.
Yellowcard recorded its first album, Midget Tossing, at the Music Factory in Jacksonville Beach with Michael Ray Fitz Gerald at the board.
Yellowcard is back in the studio working on their eighth studio record which will be released sometime during 2016. Yellowcard has been around for nearly 15 years and put out 7 records during that time despite a three-year hiatus. Since their start in 1997, their music continues to inspire and provide meaning to fans around the world.
Given the massive selection of songs to choose from, conjuring up a top 10 list of their best was no easy task, but somehow the mission was accomplished.
Ryan wrote about being so far away from someone you love that you will crawl to the ends of the Earth to be with them. “You and Me and One Spotlight” If there was a song to go along with a scene for two lovers watching the world coming to an end, this would be it. Not only are the lyrics absolutely adorable as you imagine two lovebirds watching the world burning before their very eyes while Ryan is singing his heart out, but the music is pretty epic as well.Yellowcard have to be one of the most consistent bands of the twenty first century when it comes to productivity.Despite being on hiatus between 20, they have churned out no less than seven albums since the turn of the century.The band released ten studio albums, with its most recent and final one, Yellowcard, released on September 30, 2016.The band played its final show on March 25, 2017, at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California.
The chorus has a very celestial feel, with Key bursting into more impressive vocals while mesmerising guitars blare in the background. really wouldn’t be a Yellowcard album without a wonderfully heartfelt love song and “One Bedroom” is just that.