Jorges is the work of one person: Jorge G. Graupera. This collection of music entitled "Possibly Now!" was written, performed, recorded,and produced by Jorge. 1. The single "Girlfriend" has been featured in the WB primetime shows "One Tree Hill" and "Summerland" as well as a Macys back to school TV and radio spot. 2. Top 10 finalist in the Florida 2005 Grammy Showcase. 3. Voted Best Acoustic Artist 2006 by the Maimi New Times 4. Emerging Artist on the 2006 Virgin Mega College Tour featuring Yellowcard. 5. Bass player, songwriter and sometimes singer in Guajiro He was a founding member of The Brand (He wrote, sang and playedguitar in the band from 2002-2004). Following that, he had a brief stint with LA based Warner Latin recording artists Volumen Cero as their touring guitar player. It is the sum of those recent musical experiences and others before which have enriched his songwriting and made him an artist in his own right. Yet, the making of "Possibly Now!" is very different in many respects to those previous projects. Some of the drum tracks have been culled from sessions as old as four years ago and edited on a computer to fit the new song arrangements ("Just Like You", "Stars Are Exploding"). Similarly, the single "Girlfriend" follows this disjointed and inorganic pattern; the drums were recorded way after the original sessions for The Brand EP and later edited to meet a developing structure. Jorge tracked the bass, guitar and lead vocals over a cut and paste arrangement of Juan Ona's explosive and spastic drumming style. "Agent" "Underwear" and "Get a Job", are the only compositions recorded in a traditionally linear approach with Fernando Sanchez providing the backbeat. The result is JORGES first solo release, "Possibly Now!" featuring 10 Rock gems that range from the undeniably catchy teenage-angst sound of "Girlfriend" to the larger-than-life cinematic sound of "Stars are Exploding". Possibly now engages the listener on different stylistic levels that bring to mind the harmonies of the Beatles, the vocal swagger of the Clash, the unrefined brilliance of the Replacements and the romanticism of Elliot Smith. JORGES is the product of Rock 'n' Roll mythology, the reflection of a true Rock 'n' Roll dreamer.