Every year counts
A collection of lives
Luke Suchowiecki, Arion Meyer, Rob Parsons & Shannon McDonald
In 1993, Brisbane Australia, Was undergoing a massive social change, Poker machines were the rage, Casinos in, Live venues struggling and a heavy saturation of International artists influencing and affecting the direction and development of the local scene.
Nobodys Heroes took no notice and showed no care in what anyone else was doing. They lived together, worked together, upset everyone together
and forged a unit together that would re-define the way to play.
Within 6 months they had established a solid line up, cut there first demo and recorded there 1st full length 14 song album “Crash n’ Burn.
Luke Suchowiecki, Arion Meyer, Richy Lockhart and Laurie Stanton proceeded to gather a strong following in QLD and Northern NSW,
Today Nobody‘s Heroes have recorded multiple singles, EP’s and Albums. They have played in countless venues and continue to gather fans from all over the world.
” Some things never change“
In 2017 from a side project “GRIP” ,Guitarist Rob Parsons stepped up on “Anzac Day” the guys decided to put the pedal to the metal and write a bunch of new songs capturing the moment.
In 2020 with Shannon McDonald on Drums, the writing continues and the live performances get bigger and better.
2020 looks to be a bigger challenge then any of us could have ever expected, no one is immune to the unexpected changes that have impacted on our every day lives, the truth can be hard to handle, but it is the truth, that we all are empowered to deliver.