Formed in the summer of 2001, JParis is a pop-punk band out of the Maryland/Delaware area. The band went on a promotional tour, with 86 performances in FYE stores across Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington, DC in support of their Six Sixty CD.
The band self-financed their first album, Six Sixty, before being signed by Emanon Records in 2004. Their second album, Call It What You Want, was produced by Kevin Churko (Robert "Mutt" Lange's chief engineer), and Mitch Allan, lead singer for SR-71 and author of the Bowling for Soup hit, 1985. Call It What You Want features the hit single, "Here We Go Again", which reached No. 1 on KISS 105.5 FM in Salisbury, Maryland. The song has continued climbing the commercial and college radio charts. JParis' music has been used in the soundtrack to Melrose Place and Beverly Hills 90210 second season DVD box sets.
- Six Sixty (2003)
- Call It What You Want (2006)