MORE ABOUT JAYDEN FROST: He began his touring career with When In Rome ("The Promise") in 2005 when friend Michael Floreale, one of the band's original members and co-writer of "The Promise," moved to Dallas when the band broke up. When Frost was working on his own music during this time, Floreale came on board to produce and play on it. When Frost's album, Blue, debuted in 2005, that same year an agent trying to get When In Rome back on tour, heard Blue and asked Frost to be the lead vocalist for a handful of shows since the original vocalist was not going to be part of the tour. He ended up touring for 37 of their shows around the U.S. and sharing the stage with many iconic 80's bands, such as DEVO, Psychedelic Furs, The Motels, Tone Loc, A Flock of Seagulls and more.
After the extensive tour, in the years following Frost began working as a DJ around his hometown of Dallas and also performing with 80's tribute band Retro Pop Academy. Their heavy touring schedule took its toll, eventually losing his voice due to nodules on his throat. The time of rest allowed him to fulfll another dream of running a vintage toy store. In 2013, Frost opened DFW Vintage Toys in Dallas suburb Carrollton. Thankfully, running the store also allows him to continue to make music as well as tour. Frost will be touring the Everything EP this month and in May with Information Society's Christopher Anton. Visit here for more information.
In his career, Frost has performed more than 2,000 live shows, most recently to a sell-out crowd in Dallas. He also co-written DF Dub's song "Country Girl" (Sony Music), which reached top 20 (Rick Dee's Weekly Top 40). As a former pro wrestler on the indie circuit, he ventured into acting and stunt work, leading him eventually to his singing career. Jayden Frost and his wife have two children, residing in the Dallas area. To find out more, please visit www.JaydenFrost.com and on the social links below. For a link to the Everything EP, please contact Stacie@MergePR.com.