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The Full Body Tones came to be when small town drummer, Willy Freedbody, met big city musician, Joe Fulton. Willy had just got back from a yearlong national tour with a county artist on the LIR label. LIR Records had recently discovered Joe. The pair started playing some of Joe’s original material for fun in the studio. With the addition of Craig Sullivan on bass FBT was born. Craig Sullivan went on to tour with the band for 3 years and in late 2015 made the decision to come home from the road.

In 2016 The Tones added new bassist Hunter Fredrick as well as guitar shredder and vocalist, Ethan Blackburn to the lineup.

 The Tones have hit social media hard and in return have made a name for themselves all across the United States and around the world. In the indie music scene it takes 100% dedication and The Tones embrace that with a work ethic that is second to none.

 Their up-coming new album release is titled 30,000 miles. The title came from how many miles they toured in 2014. The new single “King of The World” was released to radio April 15th 2015.

When it comes to modern rock, the Full Body Tones are a fresh new band based out of Lexington, Kentucky. This is a band that is set to make some serious noise in the industry. With driving guitar riff's, and exquisite harmonies FBT brings new creativity to a genre in need of some new blood. It seems the song writing never ends....the band is constantly in the creative mode working on material to please their fans! At the rate that they are going, the Full Body Tones will soon be a household name. 

Full Body Tones

Alternative/Modern Rock

  • 2014 Headlined The Extreme Tour

  • 2015 The single “King of The World” in added to over 60 radio stations around the United States

  • 2015 Direct openers for “Young The Giant

  • 2015 Play the legendary Whisky A Go-Go, The Dragonfly and House of Blues on their first West Coast Tour
  • ·2015 Reach the # 1 chart position on Reverbnation, a spot they have held for 34 weeks.  (2.2 million bands on the chart)



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