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For the designers who were the inspiration for the name of the musical group, please see Charles and Ray Eames The Eames Era were a Baton Rouge, Louisiana based indie pop quintet active from 2003-2008. The band first received broad attention when one of its songs was featured in an episode of Grey's Anatomy in 2005. The band released one EP and two full-length albums during its career. History The band was founded by New Orleans guitarists Grant Widmer and Ted Joyner. The band started in 2002, Grant and Ted's junior year at Louisiana State University, when the two former high school friends enlisted drummer Greg Gauthreaux and bass player Brian Waits to form "The Double Zeros". Singer Ashlin Phillips auditioned for the band in December 2002, after work had begun writing and practicing for the band's first gig. The band's name honors famed designers Charles and Ray Eames. By 2003 the now complete lineup became "The Eames Era" and had begun recording a 3-track demo in Grant's garage....
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