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Photo from Neighborly Bandcamp page
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, CA, United States
Years active c. 1996-2000
Genre(s) Alternative Rock, emo
Label(s) A Simple Star
Sun Sea Sky Productions[1]
Website Bandcamp
Former Members
Tom Ackerman, Bob Penn

Neighborly was a Los Angeles-based alternative rock and emo band. They contributed the song "Spark & Flash" to Hear You Me! A Tribute to Mykel and Carli, released in 1998.


In addition to the Hear You Me contribution, Neighborly released a single and one proper album during their run. The single, entitled "A Moment for Us...," features longtime Weezer collaborator Adam Orth on bass[2]. Grass is Greener, the band's sole full-length release, was issued in 2000. According to Ackerman, Orth "played a huge role in tightening the LPs final performances."[3]. Wes Davis, Val Wolfe, and Rodger Marinelli also contributed to the album. Weezer drummer Pat Wilson is featured on the album's 15th track "Jarvik 7."



See also

External links


  1. Artist roster for Sun Sea Sky
  2. Discogs entry for "A Moment For Us..."
  3. Neighborly Bandcamp