Goodnight Tonight is an alternative rock band from Kent, Ohio. The band consists of Emily Gambone on lead vocals and guitar, Holly Camp on the bass, Drew Spreitzer on lead guitar and Brad Sims on drums. Emily and Holly have been playing together since 2008 when they started their first band, Noize from the Basement. Working with producer Mike Brown from Lava Room Recording Studio, they started their career with a 6 song self-titled EP. They also worked with Brown at Lava Room when they recorded their full length album, "Bird's Eye View," which was released in 2011.
After winning the Tri-C High School Rock Off in 2013, the band changed their name to Goodnight Tonight and released an EP called “Watch the Rain”. “Thunderstorm”, from this album, was nominated and won 3 awards at the Indie Music Channel Awards in Hollywood. Another song, “Poison”, has some airplay on 88.9, a local radio station. They have also had the opportunity to open up for national acts such as Staind, Courage My Love, PVRIS, and Twenty-One Pilots. The band released album “Counting Sheep” in the summer of 2015 with songs, "Save Me" and "Counting Sheep" getting regular rotation on some of the local radio stations in the Kent/Akron Ohio area. Goodnight Tonight traveled to Long Island New York to shoot a video for "Save Me" with videographer Alexa San Roman from the band Love, Robot and Heirsound. This video has garnered many accolades from the media and their fans. In May of 2016, work began on the band's newest EP set for release by the end of the year.