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In January 2001 deSoL was officially formed. Located in Asbury Park N.J., the band was able to start touring extensively on the east coast, working their trade. Their early years spent touring earned them a record deal where they signed with Curb Records. deSoL quickly became a main stay in large tours as a supporting act, including an opening slot for REM at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City. deSoL supported many acts including Blues Traveler, Los Lonely Boys, Ozomatli, Cypress Hill, Arrested Development and Widespread Panic. In 2005, deSoL toured extensively with the Legendary Wailers, playing to sold-out venues six nights a week for four months. This allowed the band to perfect its stage show and to gain national and international exposure. The band performed at all of the major festivals including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, All Good, South by Southwest, Langerado and Nashville River Stages.

During the latter half of 2006, the group embarked on an Armed Forces Entertainment tour. The group visited military bases in KuwaitQatarBahrain, and Djibouti, performing for American service personnel.

deSoL released four albums during their career. The group received radio air play for their songs "Karma", "Blanco y Negro", "Sing it All Night" and "On My Way". In addition, deSoL got into the top 3 in the charts with their version of the Christmas song "Little Drummer Boy". The song continues to receive air play each December.

After years of personal change, the core group decided to step back for a few years enjoy life and explore personal interests, but as the sun always rises, so does deSoL.


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