Yellowcard is an American pop punk/alternative rock band formed in 1997 and based
in Los Angeles since 2000.
They in Jacksonville, Florida after meeting at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts.
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Pop punk, alternative rock, hardcore punk (early)
Reeve Oliver, Craig's Brother, HeyMike!, Inspection 12, Big If
They got their name from a phrase they used in high school. Whenever somebody did something
stupid at a party, such as spill a beer on the carpet, they enforced soccer rules and gave them
a 'yellow card' for committing a 'party foul'.
Ryan Key Lead vocals and rhythm guitar
Sean Mackin Violin and backing vocals
Ryan Mendez Lead guitar and backing vocals
Josh Portman Bass
(2012present, touring 20072008)
Ben Dobson Lead vocals
Todd Clary Rhythm guitar
Warren Cooke Bass guitar, backing vocals
Alex Lewis Bass guitar, backing vocals
Ben Harper Lead guitar
Peter Mosely Bass guitar, piano, backing vocals
Sean O'Donnell Bass guitar, backing vocals
Longineu W. Parsons III Drums
utilize violins which makes them unique in their respective genre
MTV Music Awards - MTV2 Video, Ocean Avenue
Um. Definitely. Absolutely. You can get a lot out of the record but, um, I don't know if you get the full experience but you definitely get a new perspective. It's kinda hard for me to give you that perspective, but you'd have to ask a fan. [Laughs]
We wouldn't be where we are at now if it wasn't for file sharing. That is how kids found out about us. It's hard to have a negative view on it, obviously.
It was used as like a party thing. When we were at a party and someone spilled thier drink, we just said that they got a yellowcard. It basically was just thought of 5 days before one of our shows. (on naming the band)
Ben Fold's Five. They're from the states, a really, really big influence. There's a drummer, a piano player and then a bass player. It's just amazing music, it's great.
Good. It's really cool, because they asked us to do an original song. We just wrote it and it's a really focused kind of a song which added to the fact that you can just produce something like that on command. It turned out really, really good. It's a five minute long song. It's like a pretty up-to-date statement of what Yellowcard can write. It's kind of like, it shows our progression from the last record. (on spideman 2 soundtrack)