When: Wed., March 16, 7:30 p.m. 2016
By the time Florida rock band Further Seems Forever released its much-lauded debut album, "The Moon Is Down," in 2001, its formative singer, Chris Carrabba, had already exited the group. Carrabba, who had joined the band shortly after its formation in 1998, appeared on their 1999 debut EP, "From The 27th State," and spent the next few years on the road. But after collectively penning the tracks that would appear on "The Moon Is Down," the band suffered a falling out. Carrabba agreed to record the disc, but would leave once it was finished. The following years yielded two more singers, two further albums, 2003's "How To Start a Fire" and 2004's "Hide Nothing," and numerous lineup changes, and by 2005 Further Seems Forever had announced its hiatus.