order "Hear Me Now" the new album from secondhand serenade!

Hear Me Now, the latest album from Secondhand Serenade was released August 3, 2010! Order the new album today!

Order Hear Me Now Today! The follup album to A Twist In My Story is already getting great reviews!

order "a twist in my story" album from secondhand serenade!

A Twist in My Story was released on February 19, 2008.  You can order the album by clicking on the album link to the right.  It ships fast! The tracks on the album A Twist in My Story are:

1. Like a Knife
2. Fall for You
3. Maybe
4. Stranger
5. Your Call
6. Suppose
7. Twist in My Story
8. Why
9. Stay Close, Don't Go
10. Pretend
11. Goodbye

view the video for 'vulnerable' !

Secondhand Serenade has officially released their new video Vulnerable. You can watch the video in it's entirety from the Secondhand Serenade Videos page.

secondhand serenade album AWAKE is now available!

Awake, the new album by Secondhand Serenade was released on February 6, 2007.  You can get your copy shipped quickly of the the album by clicking on the album link to the right.  The tracks on this album are as follows:
1. Half Alive
2. Broken
3. Vulnerable
4. Your Call
5. Maybe
6. Its Not Over
7. I Hate This Song
8. Awake
9. Take Me With You
10. Let It Roll
11. Last Song Ever
12. End

secondhand serenade featured on billboard.com

There is a great new article featuring Secondhand Serenade on billboard.com. Check it out! It talks about the success this band has had with it's grass roots approach and digital distribution model.

secondhand serenade video in the works

Secondhand Serenade recently shot a video for the song "Vulnerable". It was directed by Frank Borin, whose worked with some of the biggest names in the business including Simple Plan, Good Charlotte and Eminem. Look for it on your favorite video station soon. I can' wait to see it!

About Secondhand Serenade

John Vesely, who it is said has the vocal range of an 80s hair band, and looks to rival Elvis, wandered through life, from band to band, finding that he could never settle with just one. Then in the summer of 2004, John decided to do it his own way and go solo.

To distinguish himself from the typical singer/songwriter, John adopts the name Secondhand Serenade - a name with far fewer limits than "John". The name Secondhand Serenade allows him to be free to do whatever he feels like, from a solo performance to ten musicians on stage at once.

Secondhand Serenade took off like John couldn't believe - the crowd at live shows and an ever increasing online presence (not least his MySpace page, with a massive 140,000+ friends) prompted him to release his debut album, Awake.

Perfectionist that he is, the studio was top of the range, and John produced the entire ten tracks himself. John not only organised the recording, but everything down to the performances and packaging. And all of this without any label backing.

All of this care and attention paid off, with album sales rocketing and single releases, such as Maybe, doing well on popular radio stations.

A recording contract is now a possibility, but until that day, Secondhand Serenade will continue to independently prosper.