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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (April 2010) Cobalt & the Hired Guns Cobalt & the Hired Guns performing at the Abbey Pub, Chicago, October 2007 Background information Also known as Cobalt, CATHG Origin Chicago and Oberlin College Genres Americana, Pop punk, Rock Years active 2003 – present Website CobaltandtheHiredGuns.com Members Matt Hart (vocals, guitar, bass) Tomlinson Fort (vocals, guitar, bass) Jesse Alexander (drums, vocals, percussion) Mike Roth (bass, guitar, vocals) Larry Bailey (bass, vocals (live)) Cobalt & the Hired Guns is an Americana-punk pop-rock band based in Chicago. They have been interviewed in The Deli Magazine, where they were named Chicago's Artist(s) of the Month.[1] In May 2009, they were finalists for MetroMix's Rock 'n' Vote competition, but first place went to another local band, I Fight Dragons.[2] Other online reviews include The Brooklyn Paper's video review,[3] and The Jersey Beat.[4] Contents 1 History 2 Discography 3 Chicago Roots Collective 4 References 5 External links // History Matt Hart and Tom Fort are the founding members of CATHG, and members Mike Roth and Jesse Alexander joined soon after the band's inception in 2003 at Oberlin College in Ohio. The band members graduated from Oberlin in 2006, and headed back to Chicago, where Matt and Tom grew up. The band released their first Carbon neutral album in 2008, Jump the Fence. Discography Jump the Fence, 2008 The Double Single, 2009 Chicago Roots Collective CATHG is a founding member of the Chicago Roots Collective, a consortium of 10 local Chicago bands working together to promote each other's music.[5] The idea to form the collective came about in the fall of 2008 at the Chicago Bluegrass and Blues Festival. References ^ The Deli Chicago's Interview with CATHG ^ MetroMix Chicago's 2009 Rock 'n' Vote ^ The Brooklyn Paper ^ The Jersey Beat ^ Chicago Roots Collective External links Official Website of Cobalt & the Hired Guns Cobalt & the Hired Guns on MySpace Cobalt & the Hired Guns on Facebook Interview with Tom Fort of Cobalt and the Hired Guns