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The Calling is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, best known for their hit single, "Wherever You Will Go". The group formed in 2000 and have released two albums. They have been on an indefinite "hiatus" since 2005, leaving most fans to conclude that they have broken up permanently.

The band was formed by Alex Band (vocals) and Aaron Kamin (guitar) when Kamin was dating Band's sister. Kamin and Band initially began jamming and writing songs as far back as 1996, and began gigging under the band name "Generation Gap" with a drummer that was twice their age. At this stage, the band also had a saxophonist, giving the songs a more jazzy Dave Matthews-ish sound. Eventually, Band and Kamin ditched the "Gap" lineup, and briefly switched their name to "Next Door", which itself was a nod to veteran music business executive and Band's neighbor on Camino Palmero, Ron Fair.

Band's biggest musical influences were Pearl Jam (which was made clear in his vocal style, that is very similar to front man Eddie Vedder, certain songs from The Calling's first album, Camino Palmero, carried grunge influence sounds), Bon Jovi (Band's fashion sense was quite possibly inspired by frontman Jon Bon Jovi), and U2 (especially in their later work; their instrumentation and the atmosphere of their music on their second album Two was similar to U2), and elements of each band's sound, lyrical style, and even appearance were crucial in fine tuning his musical direction for the band.

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