Fake ID fittingly hails from the home of rock 'n' roll, Cleveland, Ohio. Its members met at the local School of Rock and decided to form their own band to showcase their musicianship and songwriting.
The band has achieved an astounding level of success early in its history. Most recently, Fake ID reached the finals of the 24th Annual Tri-C High School Rock Off. Also, Cleveland Magazine named the band as the "Best Unexpected Rock Stars" in its 2019 Best of Cleveland issue.
The band has played two successive years at Ohio Bike Week, each to rave reviews. Scene Magazine featured Fake ID in a February 2019 cover story. And, the band has played sets in clubs all over Northeast Ohio.
Started as a cover band, Fake ID still plays songs from artists that have influenced its members: Black Sabbath, Muse, and Rage Against the Machine, to name a few.
They are now hard at work crafting original songs that reflect the diverse musicals tastes of each of the band members. They been busy playing these songs out live, and plan to get into the studio as soon as they can to record their first EP.
3.5 [Original Song]
Press and Reviews
Finalist, 24th Annual Tri-C High School Rock Off
Cleveland's Best Unexpected Rock Stars, Cleveland Magazine Best of Cleveland, 2019
Cleveland's Robust Cover and Tribute Band Scene Remains Thriving, Which is Good News for Fans and Musicians Alike, Scene Magazine, January 23, 2019
Fake ID discussed on Star 102's Jen and Tim Show, October 28, 2019
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