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. Amy Cesari Past members The Donnas are an formed in in 1993. They consist of (lead vocals), (guitar, backing vocals), (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Amy Cesari (drums, percussion, backing vocals). Cesari replaced, who left the band in 2009 due to tendonitis. They draw inspiration from, and.
Mystic river full movie youtube. Has stated that 'the Donnas offer a guileless take on alienation; they traffic in kicks, not, fun rather than rage'. Has stated that the band offers 'a good old-fashioned party'. After gathering a in the scene since their 1997 debut, the band achieved commercial success in the early 2000s and afterward as their music mixed punk, metal and classic rock sounds. Contents. History Origins and early years: 1993–2001 All the founding band members were born in 1979; on May 30; ( and ) on August 26; and ( and ) and (, ), both on January 8. They all became friends by eighth grade and formed as a band in May 1993 to play for their school's 'Day on the Green.' One of two girl bands in their town, they were relatively unknown until they were out of high school.
They are all self-taught musicians and practiced in Castellano's garage nearly every day during their years. They called themselves 'Ragady Anne' in their early days and shortly thereafter changed their name to 'The Electrocutes' Towards the end of their high school days, while they were still known as The Electrocutes, they decided to create another band (with the same members) that would play softer tunes without distorting the metal queen image of The Electrocutes. To help their fans distinguish between the two bands, they all took matching 'Donna' monikers, where all of their names were Donna and their last names were the first initial of their last name (Brett Anderson became Donna A, etc.), which they used only when performing as 'The Donnas.'
They worked with producer for their first two albums, the first of which, simply called The Donnas, was released on Raffaelli's Superteem!. (It was later released again on.) They took a week off their senior year of high school to tour Japan as The Donnas, and were promoted and organized by a.k.a. The Phantomgift. Afterwards, they signed with. As the band grew, they were urged to sign with a major label company. In 2001, they signed with. Atlantic Records: 2002–2005 In 2002, The Donnas released as their Atlantic debut.
The album represented their first attempt at mainstream success. With their single 'Take it Off' they were booked for appearances on, and the.
In the summer of 2003, they played the main stage. In 2004, they released their sixth album. In February 2005, they toured Australia with the music festival, playing from Sydney to Perth. While in Australia they performed 'Take It Off' live on national show ' with. Atlantic repeatedly placed the Donnas' music in video game soundtracks. 'You've Got A Crush On Me' can be heard in the game. 'Who Invited You' can be found on the soundtracks for and as well as.
'I Don't Want to Know' is in the soundtrack also and a cover of the song was also used for for the. 'I Don't Want to Know' was also used as the theme song for the first season of The-N's hit series, '. A cover of 'Take it Off' is featured in and added as a downloadable track in on the (released in 2006) and (released in 2004). (for the, & ), released by in 2008, features the track 'New Kid In School' which was released exclusively on Apples iTunes service.
'Fall Behind Me' was also used in a national television commercial advertising the Nissan Xterra while Take It Off was used in a Budweiser commercial. Atlantic also energetically marketed the Donnas through placements in numerous film soundtracks. The band appeared in the movie in 1999 (as The Electrocutes), and later on the TV show performing the single '. They also appeared in the 1999 teen comedy as the prom band, contributing two songs to the soundtrack ('Rock 'N' Roll Machine' and 'Checkin' It Out'). A cover of 'Roll On Down The Highway' was used in the movie 'Herbie: Fully Loaded' and Backstage was used in 'Freaky Friday'. The Donnas can also be heard on during the end credits playing a cover of the song ', and they also contributed to the soundtrack of the movie.
The video 'Too Bad About Your Girl' also features the cast of that film. The song 'Take It Off' features in the movie. The song 'Take Me To The Backseat' can be heard in the movie.
A cover version of the song ' was used in the soundtrack to the 1999 movie. 'Please Don't Tease' was used in 'New York Minute' and 'Everyone Is Wrong ' was featured in the movie 'Elektra'. Then used 'Take It Off' for 2009. 'Take It Off' was also used in the 2009 hit movie. 'Play My Game' was featured in a Season 1 episode of. 'Who Invited You' is featured on the soundtrack of the 2003 movie.
New label and line-up change: 2006–present On May 19, 2006 The Donnas announced on their public message board that they had 'parted ways with Atlantic Records,' claiming 'the decision was entirely mutual and completely amicable and will not impact the band, nor will it impact upon the writing, recording or touring for the next Donnas album.' In March 2007, the Donnas released a single, 'Don't Wait Up For Me,' and had a new band logo designed. The Donnas independently released their seventh studio album titled on September 18, 2007 label. Bitchin' was produced by Jay Ruston and The Donnas and contained the single 'Don't Wait Up For Me'.
In 2008 The Donnas toured with the -based, Australian band as part of their Skin and Bones tour. They also toured the U.S. And Canada with. In July 2009, the band released a collection entitled to celebrate the band's 16th year together. The album contains new songs, re-recorded older songs as well as some unreleased material. The band toured that summer with and on the two's joint Call Me Invincible Tour.
Drummer was unable to play on any of these tour dates as she was suffering from tendonitis of the shoulder, which was accredited to the fact that as a self-taught drummer she had held the drumsticks incorrectly (even though it felt right to her) and sustained long term damage over time. Long-time friend Amy Cesari of the band The Demonics has been chosen to fill in for Castellano. On July 9, 2010, Castellano announced via the band's website that due to her continued shoulder problems she would have to retire from drumming and performing with The Donnas. She returned to school at and then, where she graduated in 2013 and went on to.
In August 2012, the band was reported to be recording their eighth studio album and also premiered a new song called 'Tramp' at a recent private show. In November 2016 re-released the band's fifth album, to include six bonus tracks which consist of B-sides and songs from previous albums. As of September 2018, there is no news on the status of a new album. Discography.