Since their inception in 2008, INFINITY HOUR, consisting of Jena Asciutto, Katelyn Perrett, Brad Rude, Dylan Walsh, and Jared Bentley, have already performed to live audiences in jam packed stadiums, regional hot spots, and many local schools with rockstar response. Not bad considering they are all under the age of 18. Holding onto their indie rock and pop roots, ala Paramore and Flyleaf, combined with an in-your-face no holds barred performance, INFINITY HOUR have already mastered what many artists twice their age have yet to discover. Early last year, their notoriety and talent led them to their very own live studio interview and performance on Detroit's FOX 2 News. In 2010 alone, they delivered 26 major head-banging performances, from The Hard Rock Cafe, 59 West, to the coveted "Dream Cruise." By mid-summer of 2010, their original song, "Time of My Life", reached No.1 in Detroit's 96.3 FM's local talent segment, "The Radio Cafe," for 3 consecutive weeks. Recently, their video debut of "She Finally Knows Why" garnished over 12,000 YouTube hits in just 4 weeks, which is no small feat. Heavily involved in the social needs of our community, INFINITY HOUR's music and visual performance can also be found in the 2010 Emmy Award winning "WatRUfightN4" video designed to raise awareness regarding poverty and other major issues that affect our community. In mid October 2010, INFINITY HOUR performed, along with pop sensation Jesse McCartney, during the “Text the Pledge” concert, a program geared to encourage students to achieve their very best in academics. INFINITY HOUR recently brought the house down when they had the opportunity to open up for Australian teen phenomenon, Cody Simpson, whose song “iYiYi” features hip hop phenom Flo Rida, for the “Rockin’ the Dream Charity Concert” to benefit local charities in Pontiac, Mi. With their debut album due to be released later this year, many more will find themselves raptured in the high-energy sounds of INFINITY HOUR.