Started in 1990 when the original members were in high school, and originally named Rainbow Butt Monkeys, Finger Eleven’s music has matured through the release of their 7 albums. After winning a prize from their local radio station in 1995, the founding members of the band, Scott and Sean Anderson, Rob Gommerman, James Black and Rick Jackett used the reward to record Letters from Chutney, the band’s first album.
As their popularity in Canada grew, they developed a heavier, more serious tone to their music. Before they released their second album in 1998, Tip, they changed their name to Finger Eleven to reflect their new style of music. Just after the album dropped, their drummer Gommerman left and was replaced with Rich Beddoe. Read More