The Alternative-Rock Punk-Rock band Damone formed in 2001, in a little town called Waltham just outside of the metro-Boston area, Massachusetts USA, with the original line-up of Noelle LeBlanc on vocals + guitar, Dave Pino on guitar, Mike Vazquez on bass and Dustin Hengst on drums.
Two years later the band made their debut with "From The Attic", a full-length CD issued on RCA Records, in the spring of 2003.
Shortly thereafter, founding member Dave Pino quit the band; Damone was also let out of their contract with RCA. Guitarist Mike Woods was added to the Punk-Rock fray by 2004 and Damone began writing songs for a second album, "Out Here All Night", which came out on Island/Def Jam in May 2006. It debuted at #168 on The Billboard 200 and the title-track peaked at #32 on The Hot Modern Rock chart.