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There are at least ten bands with this name, although it's likely that more exist. 1. NO the indie rock band from Echo Park in Los Angeles California. Fresh out of European and US tours and most recently featured in CBS show Elementary end of episode 9 with their song The Long Haul. Their debut EP 'Don't Worry, You'll Be Here Forever' was released 11.11.11 when the band made it available for free download on their site http://nomusicfor.me They also pressed 500 copies on vinyl that have since sold out. NO just finished a five week European tour with Father John Misty which saw them play 25 shows from Helsinki to Madrid. Prior to that they toured the USA with Electric Guest. Clocking up well over 100 live shows since the release of their EP It is expected we will see a debut album from NO and more touring before the middle of 2013. NME featured NO as 'Ones to Watch' and most recently after discovering the band at the SXSW festival earlier in the year TIME entertainment included NO as one of eleven bands you don't know yet but should. Locally in Los Angeles NO did the March 2012 residency at The Echo. KCRW featured the band on their 'Local Bands We Love'. And after a reaction to their song 'Big Waves' LA radio station KROQ invited NO to perform at their Locals Only showcase in October. Their twitter and Instagram is simply @NO and you will find them on Facebook here: http://facebook.com/NOMUSICFORME 2. There is also a pop band called No from Los Angeles, California www.notheband.com www.facebook.com/followno is featured on the FOX Show Mobbed with Howie Mandel where they perform their single "Meet Me After Dark" and consists of the three Jarzabek brothers Tim, Mike, Nick and Justin Corman. The band got its name from Bono of U2 when he called them to wish them luck with their music and tell them he really liked their CD. NO is currently touring the US performing Live on FOX TV. After "Meet Me After Dark" NO released their album "Roll" and went on production of making a music video for the song in Paris, France scheduled to be released in 2013. You can watch their performances and listen to NO's music at www.youtube.com/followno - NO's twitter is www.twitter.com/followno 3.. The third is a metal band, formed in 2000 by the vocalist Bernd Eitel in the German town of Moenchengladbach. After undergoing a few lineup changes over the years the band is now: Bernd, Martyn, Heiner, Karsten and David. NO have gigged extensively in Germany and also played shows in Switzerland and Holland. In March 2006 NO released their demo CD "...is still the best answer to almost every question" and played a release show in their hometown. After a few months promoting the demo, NO went back to the studio and recorded 3 songs to be included on a 4-way split CD entitled "Our Blood 4 Unity". For the release of this CD in November 2006 they played a 3-date promo tour along with numerous other shows. The CD has received some rave reviews in the Metal / Hardcore arena. NO are releasing their new CD "NO" on Feb 29th 2008. To coincide with the release, NO then embark on a 2 week tour throughout Europe with Hungarian band Cadaveres to promote the new album. Check www.nofamily.de for more information and updates 3. NO was also the name of an Australian band, active during the late 1980s. They blended electronic music with nihilistic punk rock, in a similar fashion to New York's Suicide. The band consisted of Ollie Olsen, Marie Hoy and Michael Sheridan. They released a self-titled 12" EP (1988) and two LPs; Glory For The Shit For Brains (1987), and Once We Were Scum, Now We Are God (1989). Their name is a direct reference to the band Yes. 4. NO was also the name of a hardcore punk band from New Paltz, NY. 5. No is also a Finnish progressive metal band formed in Vantaa. The band has released one demo called "Sketches" and will record more releases in the future. The demo is available for free download at http://www.mikseri.net/artists/?id=114098 6. No was a Hungarian rock group in the early 90s. They also known as "No Zenekar" and "No Együttes", and their fans also called them "The Hungarian U2". After the band split up, the guitarist, István "Slamó" Slamovits moved to Israel, but in 2005 they reunited for two more years. 7. No was also an experimental rock band from Beijing, China which existed during mid-late 90's and had 2 albums before the vocalist 左小祖咒 started his solo career. 8. A hardcore punk band from London heavily influenced by Die Kreuzen. Released a demo tape in 2010. 9. A hardcore punk band from Connecticut in the vein of Minutemen, Black Flag, Circle Jerks and other bands of that era replete with noodly bass parts and ripping rock n roll guitar solos. Recently released their first LP, "Can You Dig It?" on Electric Indian Records. 10. NO was originally called No Cover until Bono from U2 called the Jarzabek brothers after meeting them at Chateau Marmont to tell them he liked their music and suggest they change their name to NO. NO was formed in Los Angeles and is brothers Nick Jarzabek (vocals, guitar, piano), Tim Jarzabek (drums), Mike Jarzabek (keys, synth, piano) and Justin Corman (bass). In 2012 NO had their national television debut on FOX "Mobbed Brawling Brothers" with Howie Mandel and Art Alexakis from Everclear where they performed their song "Meet Me After Dark" live. After selling more than 25, 000 downloads of their first single "Meet Me After Dark" NO went on a national television tour and released their second album "Roll" which they performed on Good Day LA. NO is currently finishing up their new album "Lifeline." Their video for the single "Lifeline" debuted nationally on AXS TV followed by two live performances of their songs "Gee I'm In Love" and "Lifeline." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.