105 Shouts - 605,803 Scrobbles
JR Ewing started up in 1998, and never had any intention of becoming as big as they did. They recorded a single that led to the following European tour. As the years went by, they achieved a certain degree of success, but in early 2006, they decided to call it a day, and the band split up.
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