|Roni Weinstock||Guy Fisher||Eldar Cohen||Nitzan Aizenberg||Tal Kohavi|
In April 2007 the band was chosen to be one of 100 bands out of 2,000 bands to be nominated to the Los Angeles Music Awards with 3 nominations: "The Best Rock Band of the Year", "The Best Female Vocal" and "The Best Album of the Year". The band then showcased in Los Angeles, CA in front of the judges and random audiences. Simultaneously the band went on a one month California tour. Among the clubs they played were the world famous BB Kings and "The Gig" in Hollywood. During that whole time the band was accompanied by a TV filming crew who made an article about the band activities which was broadcast in the JLTV channel (A Jewish channel which broadcasts in the U.S). The band was captured in their best moments in Los Angeles to create the video clip for “Small Mind” by Arik Dor.
November 2007, FeelAbouT was chosen to be one of the 9 bands to perform in the prestigious "17th Los Angeles Music Awards" main event at the Music Box Theatre in Hollywood Blvd. With the ending of their electrified performance the band was declared as the Best Rock Band of the Year. which gave the band great media coverage.
January 2008, FeelAbouT is back in Israel in process of finishing their debut album, entering the studio for the final editing and mixing process with the production of ELK.
February 2008, The single "Follow Me Down", the band’s first single, is released to the media. FeelAbouT is chosen to be on the spotlight of the American website Sonicbids.
May 2008, "Follow Me Down" is chosen to be on the "editor's choice" in the American cellular website Myxer. In 24 hours the single gets 10,000 downloads!
Video clip of “Sing” was created by Rikover and his colleagues as a part of their studies at Shenkar college of design.
Jan 2009, The digital editing and mastering for "Point of You" was performed at Sterling Sound studios NYC, by one of the best mastering technicians in the world – George Marino. during that time the band searched for a proper record label and the relationship with "The 8th Note" began.
In Feb 2009, FeelAbouT also got the attention of Apple and iDigital (Israeli Apple reseller) companies when they filmed and uploaded to YouTube a live performance of “Follow Me Down” played only on Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch. FeelAbouT performers live on the Israeli music channel "24", hosted by Michal Amdurski, playing only on iPhone and iPod touch.
May 2009, "Small Mind" video clip wins “Best Hard Rock Music Video” in OurStage
June 2009, Eldar Cohen joins the band as a second lead guitar player.
Aug 2009 the band signs with the Israeli major label "The 8th Note".
After long time friendship and long time playing together the band says it's goodbyes to Aviran Rotem.
In Sep 2009 FeelAbouT welcomes it's new bass player Liron Erel.
Jan 2010 The band releases 2 more singles : "Small Mind" and "Stop" which get radio air play in several radio stations, radio interviews and press reviews in Israel, Europe and the U.S.
Feb 2010, "Small Mind" video clip wins "Best Hard Rock Music Video" for the second time in OurStage.
April 2010, FeelAbouT gets to play “Boombamela” main stage festival – one of the biggest festivals in Israel!
April 29th 2010, FeelAbouT debut album "Point Of You" was released and celebrated with a special and successful album release show.
The album's twelve tracks include the five tracks from the band's EP and 7 more tracks including a live version of "Small Mind" from the Los Angeles Music Awards. "Point of You" is the bands first album. it holds it's magical certain time line of the band. The album reflects the alternative and aggressive side of the band and at times the softer and almost poppy side as well.
In Aug 2010 "Stop" single gets more then 15,000 downloads in the American cellular website Myxer.
Sep 2010 brought More changes to the band when Liron Erel leaves the band after an exiting year playing together. Soon and with full engines the band welcomes Nitzan Aizenberg as it's new bass player.
April 2011 - Europe Tour, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and Cezh Republic - 16 shows, 20 days!
July 2011 - Dror Rostami leaves the band after 6 years playing together. FeelAbouT proud to announce it's new drum player - Tal Kohavi.
The European tour was followed by the release of “Bite My Tongue”, a glimpse from a rehearsal video, which exposed the band’s fan base to its new materials. The video turned out to be a huge success with 50,000 views on YouTube in 3 weeks.
Sep 2012 - The new album "A Way Out" released and followed by another European tour in Germany and The Netherlands Festival including Berlin Music Week Festival.
FeelAbouT is constantly touring and gathering more songs for future albums to come.