Half Past Seven is rock band based out of Oxford, PA; Philadelphia, PA and Baltimore, MD.
Half Past Seven's range of rock combined with contemporary vocal stylings creates a contemporary experience that simulates hard rocking, yet universal sound of bands like Nickelback or 3 Doors Down; and fronted by a more soulful and funky singer. This driving yet soulful sound makes for fantastic recordings and an incredibly engaging and danceable live performance.
Bryce Humphrey, lead singer, writer and front man, gives this hard rock band the clean sound and funky soul that makes Half Past Seven's songs listenable across a wide range of audiences. Humphrey's vocals take cues, licks and rolls from the best singers and writers that 90's Baltimore FM had to offer. Bryce provides a full body performance and gives this hard rock band a strong front man.
Steve Lombardi, guitarist for Half Past Seven, provides a huge sound that keeps the audience alive and driven. His significant experience and natural musicianship have made him versatile and capable of providing a wide range of sounds and rhythms along with scorching wails. Also, his significant performance and recording experience make for a seamlessly in-sync live show.
Nick Lombardi, raised as a drummer, has developed his appreciation for rhythm since age 3. However, his true passion was discovered at age 15 when he switched to Bass to make room in the band for Tyler Kilby, the brothers' lifelong friend. He immediately excelled at bass and the showmanship that comes with it. He also brought his same creatitivity and understanding of quality sound to the instrument. Nick brings an ever increasing level of musicianship to each performance.
Tyler Kilby is the kind of drummer that every band needs. Not because he can play any rhythm, not even because of his show-stopping solos, but because he understands the true meaning of being in a band. "I always try to only add to our sound, and never take away from what someone else is doing." It is this appreciation for the band's sound as a whole that makes Tyler such a valuable asset. He provides the strong backbone that the group needs in order to provide its fullest sound.