BAND OF THREE BROTHERS SIGN WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION DEAL WITH THE ORCHARD. ALBUM OUT 2018
Described as "elegantly retro music" by fans who call themselves "NOldiers" NO was given their band name by Bono of U2. The brothers gave Bono a demo CD of their album Meet Me After Dark with their phone number scribbled on the disc on Father's Day. Bono called the brothers saying he enjoyed the music and suggested they change their name from No Cover to NO because it would "look cool on a T-shirt".
Formed in Los Angeles NO are three brothers Nick (vocals, guitar), Tim (drums), and Mike Jarzabek (piano). Originally from Idaho, NO moved to Los Angeles to pursue music after their guitar player Chris Reynold died at age 19.
NO achieved some success with their FOX show "Mobbed Brawling Brothers" which pulled 7.5 million viewers.
Distilling their musical influence from 60s era-rock and roll to modern new wave rock the band is currently recording new material for their sophomore album due out summer 2018.
Ringo Starr - December 17, 2016 tweets out on his official Twitter page NO's song "Meet Me After Dark".
June 14, 2011 - Bono of U2 calls the brothers of NO to congratulate them on their music and suggests they change their original band name "No Cover" to just "No" because it would look cool on a t-shirt.
NO scores the Lions Gate film "The Mooring".
The late Scott Weiland calls NO music "A breath of fresh air".