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Ben Folds Five Ben Folds Five is a band who started in 1994 Ben Folds Five is a trio not a quintet which it is often mistaken for The band originated in Chapel Hill North Carolina Ben Folds Five is known for its half punk and half alternative sounds The famous band Styx and the famous band Journey have given Ben Folds Five music the title of punk rock for sissies In the late 1980s Ben Folds played bass in a band called Majsha The band was not very successful Majsha only cut one record not giving itself a big name In the early 1990s he played drums in a group called Pots and Pans Folds then moved to New York after Pots and Pans broke up He did some theater work and signed a publishing deal with Sony Music for his singing This publishing deal allowed him three weeks to return to Chapel Hill and form a new band Ben Folds Five then originated The trio includes three band members with much experience under their belts The lead singer and pianist Ben Folds has been in many bands mentioned earlier The bassist Robert Sledge formerly played with a band called The Toxic Popsicle The drummer Darren Jesse was a former member of Limbo Soon after the trio got together they released a single Jackson Cannery which lead to a deal with a New York based publishing company called Caroline Ben Folds states he feels more comfortable in littler towns like his own back home So for their first year or two they only stayed in local towns and small towns across America to perform Getting the piano sound popular was not easy for this band The sound popular then was the grunge distorted-guitar sound Ben Folds knew it was going to be tough to become popular without that guitar sound But still persued his dreams Folds states I wont
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