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Pop-punk stalwarts Fenix TX have been barrelling through high-energy shows filled with catchy hooks since 1995. Having had their songs featured in television and movies, the band has also broken into the Billboard charts with singles such as "All My Fault" and "Threesome." Led by the diverse and driving guitar sounds of William Salazar, and melodic vocals of Adam Lewis, the band has toured extensively throughout the US and Europe. A Fenix TX tour still clocks as many miles as they did in their '90s heyday, performing with a newly re-formed band in recent years.
Their live performances in the 2010s leaned more toward a harder, alternative sound than their pop-punk roots, and the band also experimented with jazz and ska styles. Even though the band took a two-year hiatus in the early 2000s, fans still clamoured Fenix TX tickets, which led to the band's decision to re-form and continue recording and touring.
Fenix TX's background
Formed in Houston, Texas, in 1995, the band's original name was Riverfenix, and they toured with other pop-punk and ska bands of the mid '90s. However, after a lawsuit from the late actor River Phoenix's estate, the band decided to drop "River" from their name and add the postal abbreviation for Texas.
After signing to major label MCA, the band achieved its first national success with the single "All My Fault." The band's connection to wildly popular Blink 182 began early in the band's career, when Blink's Mark Hoppus became the band's manager.
Fenix TX's lineup changes
After years of growing tension, the band decided to call it quits in 2002, despite guitarist Salazar's desire to keep Fenix TX together. After various band members left or joined side projects, the band could no longer function as a cohesive unit. Side bands rising from the ashes of Fenix TX included Denver Harbor and Sing the Body Electric, though neither achieved the same level of success or acclaim as the original band.
In 2004, the band decided to film a reunion show for Drive-Thru Records and, even though there have been several lineup changes in recent years, the band continues as Fenix TX.
Fenix TX's career milestones
In 1999, Fenix TX began to garner national attention for their music. The single "All My Fault" enjoyed heavy rotation on MTV, and was on the soundtrack for the movie Jailbait. Their debut album Fenix TX reached number 3 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers, and "All My Fault" reached No. 21 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart.
Their follow-up album, Lechuza, debuted at No. 87 on the Billboard 100. Following the success of these two albums, Fenix TX tours began to grow in popularity, even playing the main stage at the highly coveted Warped Tour.
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