You’re never too young to rock out, and no band proves that quite like WJM. Three California natives, William, Jeremy and Max, formed a rock band at just 8-years-old and are now using their love of music as an instrument for change. In the past year the band was featured on Little Big Shots, spent New Year’s Eve with Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon speaking about social activism and performed during the Harlem Globetrotters game on MLK Day. They were the first band to play in the Maples pavilion after Frank Zappa played there in the 1980s. Most recently, they performed on the main stage at Burning Man (check out the video of their time at the festival here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cow0E-fLN5c). The band has become a staple in the charitable community, traveling as far as Germany to spread their message and play for organizations big and small. The band recently released their 3rd EP, “Animate,” and their first official music video “Over and Over” – which you’ll rightfully want to watch over and over again.
While these boys are no strangers to Rock n’ Roll, they have hearts of gold. Every dollar from WJM’s performances have gone to support children’s charities including UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, Second Harvest Food Bank, Camp Okizu, the Bridge School, Live in Peace, and St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Last July, the boys were honored with the Novus Youth Social Activism Award at the United Nations headquarters in NYC.